| Posted On Feb 05, 2021 | By:

A Different Kind of Acid Reflux

Most of us have experienced heartburn at one time or another. Maybe you ate too much at a holiday gathering, or chowed down a chili cheese dog at a ball game, or had some other “dietary indiscretion” and before you knew it, the classic burning feeling in the chest began. Heartburn is caused when the acid in your stomach, there to break down the food you ate, refluxes (flows in the wrong direction) and enters your esophagus which connects your throat to your stomach.

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| Posted On Oct 26, 2016 | By:

Food and Medication Interactions You Should Know About

When I prescribe a new medication for one of my patients or suggest an over-the-counter (OTC) drug, I like to spend some time with them to explain the medication, how it works, possible side effects, and how to take it. A big part of taking a medication involves knowing what you can or can’t take with it, because combining certain foods with certain medications can have an important effect on how the drug works in your system.

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