Proton Pump Inhibitors and Dementia 

You probably don't have to worry that acid-reducing medicine is causing symptoms of mental decline; it's unlikely there’s a link between proton pump inhibitors and dementia.

Reversing Nonalcoholic Liver Disease 

There’s no “magic pill” for curing nonalcoholic liver disease. But research shows halting and even reversing nonalcoholic liver disease is possible.

Stomach Ulcer Symptoms 

Spicy foods and stress can aggravate the symptoms of a stomach ulcer. But the usual underlying cause is an infection that often clears up with antibiotics.

What Is Crohn’s Disease? 

Crohn’s disease is a chronic condition that causes digestive tract inflammation. It produces abdominal symptoms and can result in other health problems, too.

What Is Celiac Disease? 

Celiac disease is more than sensitivity to gluten. It’s a serious disorder that damages the small intestines and can block your body from absorbing nutrients.