Acid Reflux (GERD) News
Bill O'Reilly accuser Perquita Burgess comes forward
Burgess discussed the allegations of harassment against O'Reilly and her decision to go public.
1st drug OK'd for movement disorder caused by certain meds
U.S. regulators have approved the first drug to treat a neurological disorder that causes people to involuntarily move their face and body
Asthma Diagnosis Later Reversed in About 1 in 3 Adults, Study Finds
Although asthma is considered a chronic disease, doctors have been puzzled by its often changing nature that can makes prescribing medicine, or stopping them, tricky. A study published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that about one-third of adults tested for
Former Football Players Advocate for Medical Marijuana Use
ABC News' Stevland Wilson interviews former football players Charlie Adams and Nate Jackson about their support for Charlotte's Web, a strain of cannabis used for a variety of medical purposes.
Index: New Concerns About How Acid Reflux Pills May Affect Your Kidneys
To the index a new health warning about some of the most popular medicines for acid reflux a new study linking proton pump inhibitors. Including neck semen privacy act to an increased risk of chronic kidney disease 28% higher than those taking other types of an assets like Zantac and Pepsi. The
Insomniac Theater: 'Miracles From Heaven'
That music says it's time for a summit theatre two new movies hitting box office this weekend. First stop miracles from haven't starring Jennifer Garner arts based on the true story. Of the beam family there ten year old daughter facing seemingly insurmountable health issues. And the inexplicable
Your Routine Coffee Habit May Be Heathy for You
A new study reveals that drinking caffeinated or decaf coffee may help you live a longer life.
7 Subtle Signs You're Burned-Out
When Tess Kearns and her husband started an all-natural catering company in Chicago last year, the responsibilities of running a new business and raising two kids were super-consuming. "I found myself with a late mortgage and not enough business and racing to learn new skills to keep it all going,"
Man Credits 'Save My Life' TV Show for Doing Just That
Dana Mower, 71, recognized symptoms of a heart attack by watching the new ABC show.
Massachusetts Man Credits 'Save My Life' TV Show for Doing Just That After Heart Attack
Dana Mower considers himself lucky to be alive, saying it’s all because of the medical documentary TV show “Save My Life: Boston Trauma.” Mower, 71, was watching an episode of the ABC show Sunday. “Save My Life” showcases real-life medical cases, and the episode Mower watched dealt with a man who