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    We’ve all experienced “heartburn” from time to time, and most of us probably know it has nothing to do with the heart! Heartburn, also known as acid reflux, is the burning sensation in the esophagus when stomach acid or, less often, stomach contents find themselves going the wrong direction. While acid reflux is closely related to gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, they are not the same thing. [1]
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    Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, more commonly known as GERD, is a chronic disease that can occur when stomach contents repeatedly flow backwards into the esophagus, also known as the "food pipe". Though generally a treatable disease, serious complications can result if GERD is not treated properly. Some symptoms of GERD include frequent or  longstanding heartburn, difficulty swallowing, or a sour taste in the mouth among others. Heart burn, the most common symptom of GERD often arrives with a vengeance during the holiday season, beginning around Thanksgiving. This can put a damper on family festivities. So how can you have a good handle on your GERD during the holidays? Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind:
    • Do not schedule meals to  late. Late night meals can lead to aggravating your GERD.
    • We all enjoy snacks and appetizers, s


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