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Baby Colic
Baby colic is caused by various disorders. It is manifested by repeated episodes of excessive crying that cannot be explained. Crying ranges from fussiness and moaning to screaming. The lower intestinal tract most likely is affected. read more
Dyspepsia: More than Just Indigestion
Dyspepsia is a term we often encounter nowadays.... read more
Food Additives 101
Contrary to popular belief, not all food additives are bad. But if you're still concern... read more
Have a Little Drink
While aloe vera is not a typical occupant either in the refrigerator or in the... read more
Have you heard about GERD?
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or GERD is a chronic condition that occurs when acid or stomach... read more
Heart (or Rather, Tummy) Trouble
To find out if the heartburn problem is just a one-time affair, is severe, or... read more
Inflamed!
The pancreas is a gland that has many functions. For instance, it secretes enzymes to... read more
Kiddie Weight Gain
According to the Harvard School of Public Health, about 43 million preschoolers globally were either... read more
More than just Tummy Ache
Dull abdominal pain usually describes pancreatitis, which is inflammation in the pancreas.... read more
Ouchie Tummies
One of the most common childhood complaints is a painful tummy. Some are mild, some... read more
Pancreatitis Explained
A person with alcohol-related pancreatitis is, on the average, diagnosed at 39 years of age.... read more
Six Summer Stings
Forewarned is forearmed - and so in the summer of 2017, the Department of Health... read more
The Smelly Truth about Stomach Flu
Poop and vomit--two of the messiest and smelliest predicaments of parents.... read more
Treatment of Pancreatitis
In acute pancreatitis, management is largely medical instead of surgical.... read more
Women Do, Men Don't?
Eating disorders, which have mostly been described in women, happen to men, too.... read more