Treatment for GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) is increasingly common, and millions of prescriptions are written each year for acid-blocking proton pump inhibitors (PPI) like Prilosec and Nexium. Used by all age groups, and long considered safe by conventional medicine, concern about significant side effects has been growing. Recent research supports the need for caution, especially with long term use.
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