For most, the holidays mean family, fun and food – and for many, those rich foods mean heartburn.
Eating healthier meals during the holidays and cutting back on high-fat foods help prevent heartburn. But if the lure of fried turkey or sweet potatoes is too strong, Baylor College of Medicine associate professor of medicine Dr. Waqar Qureshi has a few tips to stave off a post-meal episode.
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