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Why do I get reflux late at night?
Reflux of acid in the oesophagus is caused either by excessive acid in the stomach or decreased emptying of the stomach,
Antacids – Storing Up Trouble?Recent research suggests that antacids, which are the world’s most popular drugs, can double the risk of pneumonia.
Lactoferrin and BacteriaLactoferrin has long been recognized for its antimicrobial properties, initially attributed primarily to iron sequestration. It has since become apparent that interaction between the host and bacteria is modulated by a complex series of interactions between lactoferrin and bacteria, lactoferrin and bacterial products, and lactoferrin and host cells.
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Naltrexone could relieve pain in Crohn’s disease
Patients living with digestive health issue Crohn's disease could find relief from a new medication, experts have suggested.
The Vaginal MicrofloraAlthough less complex than the gastrointestinal microflora, the normal vaginal microflora of the premenopausal woman is composed of a variety of bacterial species.
How can I tell if my Baby is Constipated?If you’re concerned that your baby may be constipated, just look at her poop. “The most important factor in determining constipation in an infant is the consistency of her poop,”
New Study Links Gut Bacteria and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
“Patients with chronic fatigue syndrome have a different profile of bacterial species in their gut microbiome than healthy individuals,” said the study’s senior author, Maureen Hanson.