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July 1998 Issue

How Not to Get Burned by Heartburn: 10 Ways to Spell Relief

Q. I get terrible heartburn every day. Will avoiding certain foods help? A. Yes. But there are other solutions to help douse the fire. The heartburn you and 25 million other Americans suffer daily is a burning pain or pressing sensation in the center of the chest—typically after dinner—that is easily mistaken for a heart attack. lions more suffer occasional acid indigestion brought on by overindulgence, particularly of greasy or spicy foods. "Heartburn"

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