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  • Awareness, Not Avoidance

    Awareness, Not Avoidance

    November 19-25 is GERD Awareness Week, and if you have been suffering from heartburn and just “living with it,” ignore it no longer. GERD is a common illness with over half of all Americans experiencing some symptoms. The good news is that it is treatable, and early...

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  • The Good Guys

    The Good Guys

    There are good guys and bad guys that fight for our gut, and where bacteria is concerned, it’s important for the good guys to win. We can help by increasing their number and giving them nourishment. Probiotics and prebiotics have key differences, but together they join...

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  • Becoming Aware

    Becoming Aware

    November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. Take this month to become aware of your risks, find out what you can do to decrease those risks, and help spread the word to friends and family.

    What Is Pancreatic Cancer?

    The pancreas is a small organ that...

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  • Don’t Get Tricked by The Treats

    Don’t Get Tricked by The Treats

    With all of the door-to-door treats and costume party snacks, Halloween can pull some nasty tricks on your heartburn. Don’t let this holiday scare you! By planning ahead and knowing which foods are safe, you can make sure the haunted house is the only thing causing knots...

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  • Is Eating Out Out Of The Question?

    Is Eating Out Out Of The Question?

    The average American eats out between four and five times a week. You might look at that statistic and immediately think about how its impact on your budget, but a celiac patient is thinking about the impact on his or her health. For people with celiac disease, eating out...

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