Laryngopharyngeal reflux affects many people each year, many of whom have no clue…so how do you know if you have it? We’re walking you through what LPR is, classic signs that you may have the condition, and how to diagnose and treat laryngopharyngeal reflux disease.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease—or GERD—is common among millions of American adults. But did you know that infants can also develop GERD? If your baby has been diagnosed with GERD or acid reflux, you’re likely looking for home remedies, as well as diet and lifestyle changes you can make to alleviate the uncomfortable symptoms of GERD in your baby. Here are five tips for dealing with baby GERD.
When it comes to your health, care shouldn’t be a one-size-fits-all approach. And when choosing your doctor, you should put your health and treatment in the hands of a professional you trust. Still, it’s easier said than done in the age of endless options at your fingertips. So we’ve done the leg work for you and put together this guide for what to look for when picking the right reflux doctor to fit your needs.