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Heartburn May Signal Reflux Disease

Up to 15 million Americans are thought to suffer from heartburn (a form of indigestion that is felt as a burning sensation in the chest) each day—but it isn’t normal to have heartburn after every meal, according to Mount Sinai gastroenterologist Brijen Shah, MD. “If you do, it’s possible that

Exertion Headache? Consider the Causes and Try These Treatments

Exertion Headache? Consider the Causes and Try These Treatments

If you tend to develop a headache while exercising or start feeling a headache after you exercise, it’s likely that you’re suffering from the exertion headache phenomenon. You’re more likely to experience an exertion headache if you also suffer from migraine symptoms, which can also stem from vigorous exercise.

Exertion headache

How Diet and Lifestyle Can Fight Heartburn and GERD

If you sometimes suffer a burning sensation behind your breastbone, you’re far from alone. An estimated 44% of American adults suffer heartburn at least once a month, and about 20% have a serious form called gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

Many sufferers treat their symptoms with over-the-counter or prescription drugs: The generic

Be Aware of Factors That May Affect Your Calcium Level

For healthy bones, it’s essential to get enough calcium from your diet and/or supplements (see Dr. Etingin’s column on page 1 for advice on the best calcium sources). However, it’s also important to consider factors that can inhibit calcium absorption or increase calcium excretion to make sure the calcium you

Meeting Your Vitamin B12 Needs

Vitamin B12 is important for maintaining a healthy metabolism. It is also required for red blood cell formation and supports healthy brain and nerve function. In addition, research has linked adequate vitamin B12 levels to a lower risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Studies have shown that taking a supplement

Ask the Doctor: Ginkgo Biloba; Heart Problems & Dementia; Social Phobia

Q: I am a healthy male, 63. My friend says I should take ginkgo biloba because it improves memory and prevents dementia. Should I consider taking the supplement?

A: Some studies have suggested that ginkgo biloba might improve memory and cognitive problems somewhat in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) or vascular dementia, possibly

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