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THURSDAY CONSUMER HEALTH TIPS

Nuts and your heart: Eating nuts for heart health Carotid angioplasty and stenting Oil of oregano: Can it treat sinusitis? Heartburn or chest pain: When is it heart attack? What are eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders (EGIDs)?

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Tuesday Q & A: GERD a more severe form of acid reflux

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: How do I know if what I have is acid reflux or GERD? Are treatments the same for both? I have had what I would describe as heartburn for years and it’s getting worse as I age. ANSWER: Acid reflux happens when stomach acid flows back up [...]

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THURSDAY CONSUMER HEALTH TIPS

Fish oil supplements: Can they treat depression? Caffeine and depression: Is there a link? Heartburn Biofeedback: Using your mind to improve your health Celiac disease diet: How do I get enough grains?

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Bracelet-Like Device Controls Chronic Acid Reflux, Study Finds

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A bracelet-like device with magnetic beads can control the chronic digestive disorder gastroesophageal reflux disease, according to a study published online today in the New England Journal of Medicine. VIDEO ALERT: Audio and video resources, including excerpts from an interview with Dr. C. Daniel Smith describing the [...]

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Monday's Housecall

THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Allergy-proof your house See how to allergy-proof your house with these simple changes and find relief for your symptoms. Living with multiple sclerosis Having a chronic condition like multiple sclerosis can be challenging. Learn how you can manage the disease and live well with MS. EXPERT [...]

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Gut Feelings: Finding the Causes of Indigestion, Heartburn, Cramps and Bloating

ROCHESTER, Minn. — June 14, 2012.  Symptoms of gastric discomfort — indigestion, heartburn and stomach cramps — usually diminish in just a few hours. But for some people, digestive distress persists and becomes a constant concern. An eight-page Special Report in the June issue of Mayo Clinic Health Letter focuses [...]

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New Treatment for Barrett's Esophagus

Frequent heartburn can raise your risk of developing Barrett's esophagus which in rare cases can lead to esophageal cancer.  Doctors at Mayo Clinic have studied a new treatment for Barrett's that may significantly reduce your chances of developing esophageal cancer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sy0JiHMIhMk

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