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Bloating, belching and intestinal gas: How to avoid them by VidyaSury Facebook Posted Wed 04 May 2011 11:54pm Bloating, belching, gas and gas pains can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. Here's what causes these signs and symptoms — and how you can prevent them. Bloating, burping and passing gas are natural and are usually caused by swallowed air or the breakdown of food through digestion. You may experience gas and gas pains only occasionally or ... Read on »
Gas in the Digestive Tract by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm Everyone has gas and eliminates it by burping or passing it through the rectum. However, many people think they have too much gas when they really have normal amounts. Most people produce about 1 to 4 pints a day and pass gas about 14 times a day. The digestive tract. Gas is made primarily of odorless vapors—carbon dioxide, ... Read on »
7 Culprits For Embarrassing Conditions by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm Embarrassing Conditions Managing embarrassing symptoms -- burping, intestinal gas, and the growling stomach --- may be as simple as changing your diet. By R. Morgan Griffin WebMD Feature Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD It's happened to everyone at least once. In an awkward silence on a date, or durin ... Read on »
Effective Natural Acid Reflux Remedies by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 Jul 2008 1:01pm Copyright © 2008Lucy. Visit the original article at Most likely you know the feeling - just finished a wonderful meal and the discomfort of heartburn sets in almost immediately. What’s worse - you could be suffering from acid reflux or GERD, which can be extreme ... Read on »
Why severe sleep deprivation and reasoning with a 2-yr old toddler is a deadly combination.... by Helene Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:55pm I don't even know where to start....should I start with how I had a huge emotional breakdown during Landon's appt on Friday with our pediatrician? Or should I start with how I gave Cole and Bella baby formula mixed with sugar-free Quik this morning before breakfast and didn't think anything about it until they both took a sip and spit it out and ... Read on »
Ammonia odor caused by common stomach bacteria by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:03pm 1 Comment Until recently, doctors couldn't explain why some people smell like ammonia when they exercise. A report from Japan tells us why. To smell like ammonia, you have to eat a lot of protein or be infected with a germ called helicobacter. Many weightlifters eat tremendous amounts of protein because they mistakenly think that it will make t ... Read on »
Health Headlines - January 4 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:22pm Hospitalizations for Reflux Disease Up 103 Percent in 7 Years Hospitalizations for treating GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) and related disorders jumped 103 percent between 1998 and 2005, the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality announced Thursday in its latest News and Numbers publication. GERD occurs when stomach acid ... Read on »
How Toxic Are You? Take This Toxicity Assessment To Find Out! by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 Jan 2009 5:27pm Take This Toxicity Self-Assessment Rate each of the following symptoms based upon your health profile for the past 30 days. Point Scale: 0 = never or almost never have the symptom 1 = occasionally have the symptoms, effect is not severe 2 = occasionally have it, is severe 3 = frequently have it, effect is not severe ... Read on »
Hiatal hernia by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm A hiatal hernia occurs when the upper part of your stomach bulges through your diaphragm into your chest cavity. Introduction A hernia occurs when one part of the body protrudes through a gap or opening into another part. A hiatal hernia forms at the opening in your diaphragm where your food pipe (esophagus) joins your stomach. Part ... Read on »
Zilver® PTX® Stent from Cook Medical Gains CE Mark – Treatment for Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 10:31pm 1 Comment The stent is coated with paclitaxel, a cancer drug.   The drug lasts in the body for 6-8 weeks, and is used to help prevent infections as well as decrease the chance of the body rejecting the stent.  Our bodies are designed to heal and regrow tissue, so the drug also helps in that process with keeping excess tissue away from the area where the s ... Read on »