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Reflux Disease: How Heartburn Can Be Treated Successfully

Uncomfortable Heartburn - What Really Helps Fight It Most people have had heartburn before. If the unpleasant phenomenon occurs only sporadically, there is usually no need to worry. Nevertheless, it makes sense to avoid it. For more frequent complaints, however, it is advisable to see a doctor and find out the cause.
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Sweetened drinks and fruit juices increase the risk of kidney failure

Kidney Failure From Too Much Sugar? People consuming too much sugar can have serious negative health effects. Researchers have now found that consuming sweetened tea, reduced-fat milk, and fruit juice increases the risk of kidney disease, and researchers at Johns Hopkins University found in their current study that drinking sweetened drinks increased the likelihood of developing kidney disease can lead.
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Stop smoking: tricks that guarantee success

Quitting smoking finally works According to experts, smoking is the greatest avoidable health risk. However, many people cannot stay away from cigarettes. Some small tricks can also help those who want to quit smoking, and smoking is known to be a significant health risk and the leading cause of premature mortality.
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Why people have no hair on the soles of their feet and palms

Why does hair grow on the arms and legs - but not on the palms and soles Why do people have hair on the arms and legs but not on the palms and soles? Researchers from the United States have taken a significant step further in answering this question. The new findings could help improve hair loss treatment.
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Gluten doesn't harm healthy people

Should people generally avoid gluten? If people do not suffer from celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, the consumption of foods containing gluten does not appear to have any negative effects. Healthy people do not have to do without gluten in their diet, and the University of Sheffield's latest study found that foods containing gluten did not have a negative impact on healthy people.
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Rachitis (English disease) - symptoms, causes, therapies

Rickets and osteomalacia In rickets, also known as English disease, the mineralization of the child's skeleton is disturbed due to a vitamin D deficiency. If this deficiency occurs in adulthood, it is called osteomalacia. Although both diseases are based on the same cause, their symptoms and consequences differ from one another.
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