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    Diabetes And Heartburn

    This shows how there is a direct relationship between diabetes and heartburn. Tums and Rolaids have 2 grams of sugar in each dose....
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    From 2007: We have been talking about the dangers of PPIs for a decade.

    John M. Cassara, Pharm.D Director of Pharmacy Services Foothill Presbyterian Hospital PPI Information of PPI AND H2 Receptor Antagonists   Introduction: Current periodical literature as connotated possbile adverse reactions due to chronice,long-term use of PPis and H2 Receptor antagonists. The literature refers to possible C.Difficile outbreak...
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    PPIs and H.Pylori tolerance.

    Digestive Diseases Branch, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20892- 1804, USA. robertj@bdglO.niddk.nih.gov Proton pump inhibitors are being increasingly used and for longer periods of time, especially in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease. Each of these tre...
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    Department of Pharmacy Practice School of Pharmacy, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, .:1200 E Nmth Avenue Denver CO 80262-0001. USA mark.ruscin@uchsc.edu

    OBJECTIVE· To report a case of vitamin B( 12) deficiency associated with long-term use (approximately 4 1/2 y) of h,stamine{2) (H(2)}-recep10r antagonists and ;:i proton-pump inhibitor {PPI) 1n a patient with gastroesophageal reflux. CASE SUMMARY A 78-year-old nonvegetarian white woman with symptomatic gastroesophageal reflux (GER) was started on c...
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    University of Sydney, Sydney, and Department of Medicine, Manly Hospital, Australia. BACKGROUND & AIMS: Proton pump inhibitors (PPls) are a widely prescribed class of drugs, and their usage worldwide is increasing. Although well-tolerated, there have been case reports and a recent case series implicating these drugs in acute interstitial nephritis (AIN) and progression to acute renal failure (ARF).

    Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, New Zealand. i.simpson@auckland.ac.nz AIM: Although proton pump inhibitors (PPI) are usually safe and effective therapeutic agents, serious adverse effects can occur. The aim of the present study was to report and analyse the clinical features of 15 patients wit...
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    Axiaessentials.com- The Safe Alternative For Acid Reflux

    America’s Acid Reflux Solution adds probiotics to Enhance Gut-Brain Connection San Diego, CA- December 20thth, 2017 – Axiaessentials.com (AE), www.axiaessentials.com, announced today that AE will now add 2 billion Lactobacillus Probiotics which reaches the digest tract alive 95% of the time. It’s called Axia4 ProDigestive® Daily… Acid reflux is tra...
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    Proton Pump Inhibitors and Dementia: Cause for Concern?

    https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/859438...
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    Absorb More Nutrients with Digestive Enzymes

      What Are Digestive Enzymes? The role of digestive enzymes is primarily to act as catalysts in speeding up specific, life-preserving chemical reactions in the body. Essentially, they help break down larger molecules into more easily absorbed particles that the body can use to survive — needless to say, an important role in digestive health!...
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    CNN Announces: Prescription antacids lead to EARLY DEATH.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/03/health/proton-pump-inhibitors-early-death-risk-study/index.html...
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    What is ‘Conventional Farming?”

    By definition, “Conventional farming, also known as industrial agriculture, refers to farming systems which include the use of synthetic chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and other continual inputs, genetically modified organisms, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, heavy irrigation, intensive tillage, or concentrated monoculture pro...
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    Is Age Just A Number?

    How do you ask someone their age? Is it, ‘How old are you?’ ‘What is your age?’ or ‘How young are you?’ Is age really a number or a perception of the number? Either way, how do you age gracefully and stay active? What are the triggers that age us other than time? How will...
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    THE BURN

    Heartburn is an uncomfortable burning sensation in the chest which can often creep up the throat. When the Lower Esophageal Sphincter (LES) allows acid from your stomach to go back up your esophagus, this strong burning sensation of heartburn can occur. It’s actually possible to have reflux without heartburn, but it is not possible to...
  • in Health & Wellness, Travel

    7 Amazing Things Pros Do To Stay Healthy When Traveling

    Travel Like A Pro Even the most unaware know that airplanes can be a good place to pick up germs. There are just so many people, in a confined area with an array of perfect hiding places for germs in and all around the seats. As you board the plane, you will often smell the...
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    2016 FOOD REVOLUTION

    Why now? Well, we are in the mist of a food revolution! There is too much disease and the demand is for science to look at a cure, not the cause. The food we eat is over fed leaching the nutrients, often full of pesticides, hormones and more. We as a population are over eating...
  • in Testimonials

    John M. Cassasra – Director of Pharmacy

    Foothill Presbyterian Hospital has been using Axia-3 in our emergency room on a trial basis for approximately 3 months. The medical staff believes Axia-3 fills a viable pharmaceutical regime in the treatment of dyspepsia and heartburn related to hyperacidity. Axia-3 has a fast onset of action due to acid-base neutralization. The onset of action is...
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    Dr. Theodore Hak

    As a board certified Physician, I see many patients that suffer from heartburn. For many years I have been prescribing different products such as Nexium, Prilosec, Prevacid and Pepsid AC, etc. I actually prefer one of the newest antacids on the market which is a diabetic safe all-natural antacid a fantastic breath mint and it...
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    Your Company is Losing Money From Employee Stress

    According to the World Health Organization employers in the United States are losing over $300 billion a year on employee Stress. These losses are occurring from a combination of employee absenteeism, lower productivity, turnover, workers’ compensation, medical insurance and more. One of the biggest costs to employers is the mistakes made on the jo...
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    Vincent P. DeRosa, M.D.

    As a board-certified internist with a focus in Gastroenterology, one of the most common medical conditions I treat on a daily basis is gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Most physicians will agree that I am not alone. Studies have shown 36% of Americans suffer from GERD on a monthly basis while 4-9% of Americans experience symptoms...
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    Heartburn Q & A

    What causes heartburn? Heartburn is the result of irritation caused by stomach acid that splashes from the stomach through the lower esophageal sphincter into the esophagus, which is located near the chest area. While many factors can trigger heartburn, the most common reasons for heartburn are associated with diet, stress, chronic disease (e.g., d...
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    Understanding heartburn

    Heartburn and other digestive discomforts like indigestion, sour stomach and bloating afflict millions of people each year. In fact, over 100 million people in the U.S. each year suffer from heartburn – and nearly 25 million people suffer from heartburn every day. The stomach releases gastric acid to naturally activate digestive enzymes that are ne...
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