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symptoms and treatments

by John Harvey (2015-09-03)

People who suffer from Achalasia Cardia ofen have trouble swallowing or feel like food is stuck in the esophagus. They have pain or discomfort in the chest. They can loose weight drastically and have heartbrun and feel... Read more

Achalasia Cardia of Infancy: Report of Two Cases

by sara heil (2016-07-25)

Chewed up food, scientifically known as bolus, enters the stomach through the oesophagus after being swallowed. The stomach walls release proteases, which are  protein  digesting enzymes like pepsin, and hydrochloric acid... Read more


by Claire Leitney (2017-04-10)

In terms of fluid intelligence, I have found that my creative abilities rise when I am better rested, and soar when I take a week or two to participate in extended practice of the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi... Read more