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Learn all you need to know about a diaphragm here; including information about Toxic-Shock syndrome.
See what experts are saying about tips for relieving your stomach ulcer.
Find out here with this extensive overview on stomach ulcers. Take advantage of the easy-to-read chart, too.
Yes, those two do belong together. According to a new Chinese study, plant-derived dragon blood might help with stomach ulcers. Learn more here.
Get answers on all of your ulcer questions here. Find info on development and symptoms of stomach ulcers with this helpful one minute animation.
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Ever wondered what a stomach ulcer really looks like? Quell the curiosity and check out these pictures, but beware: these pictures are not for the squeamish.
Got five minutes? Watch experts discuss up-to-date information on stomach ulcers. This resource is great for anyone who learns better visually.
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For a quick reference, this fact sheet on stomach ulcers makes a great print-out.
Though lengthy, this overview on stomach ulcers provides a wealth of information that'll help you become an expert on the subject.
According to the latest research, the stomach ulcer-causing bacteria H. pylori has a very long past; it's 60,000 years old, to be exact. Read more here.
Sodium isn't just bad for your blood pressure; it's bad for your stomach, too. Learn how it teams up with H. pylori to cause stomach ulcers.
Can a good pain-reliever, such as aspirin, actually be harmful? Sometimes using these on a continuous basis can contribute to your stomach ulcer. Learn more here.
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Did you know you're three times as likely to have problems, like stomach ulcers, with continuous NSAID use versus folks who don't? Read for details here.
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Is drinking milk okay? What about eating apples? Find out whether lifestyle changes like diet help with stomach ulcers.
In other words, it might relieve your stomach ulcer. Check out this table for suggested foods and foods to avoid.
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