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  • May 16, 2010 Scott

    Antacids May Increase Risk of Fractures and Infection

    A series of studies released last week show that antacids may have serious side effects including increasing the risk of fractures and bacterial infections. The studies were published in the May 2010 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine. The...

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  • August 14, 2008 NatureCity Admin

    Another Study Shows Antacid Drugs Increase Fracture Risk

    A new study from researchers in Canada shows that long-term use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) for acid reflux and other disorders increases the risk of osteoperosis related fractures. PPIs are a group of drugs that prevent the production of...

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  • July 17, 2008 NatureCity Admin

    More Good News for Acid/Bile Reflux Sufferers

    Astaxanthin, a pigment used to give salmon its pink color, may reduce indigestion and reflux symptoms according to researchers from Lithuania, Sweden and Denmark.According to their recent study a high dose (40mg) of astaxanthin was found to reduce acid/bile reflux...

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  • July 2, 2008 NatureCity Admin

    Antioxidants May Lower Barret's Esophagus Risk

    A new study indicates that a high daily intake of antioxidants in fruits and vegetables may lower the risk of Barrett's esophagus by more than 50 percent.Barrett's esophagus, named after the surgeon who first described the condition, is caused by...

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  • June 11, 2008 NatureCity Admin

    Is Mom's Heartburn Relief Causing Asthma in Jr.?

    Scientists have found that acid-blocking medications may be harmful in prenatal development. A Harvard study suggests that expectant mothers taking acid-blocking medication during pregnancy may be putting their child at risk of developing asthma.Researchers from the Harvard School of Medicine...

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