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    Capsaicin and the Stomach

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    Almost everyone is told that consuming capsaicin causes stomach problems, but the opposite is true. What is capsaicin? Capsaicin is found in chili peppers which originated in Latin America; due to it pungent flavor was traded by Spanish and Portuguese explorers during the sixteenth century to Europe and Asia and is now one of the essential spices in the world. Chili peppers have been used for centuries in the seasoning of food, but recently, scientists have started using it for medical purposes

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    STOMACH Stomach, an organ belongs to the digestive system, plays an important role in human body. This J-shaped organ can be full with one liter of food. Stomach is located on left upper part of abdominal cavity, it connects the esophagus (upper) with the small intestine (below). To the left of the stomach, there is a spleen and to the right of it, we’ve got the liver. There are four sections of the stomach: cardia, fundus, body and pyloric. To control the openings into the stomach, the gastroesophageal

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    Stomach Cancer Epidemiology

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    after cardiovascular diseases [2]. Stomach cancer in particular, was stated as not only the fourth commonly diagnosed cancer, but also the second leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide [3,4,5]. Furthermore, majority of the new stomach cancer cases occurred in developing countries [3,4,5]. In the United States (U.S), stomach cancer was the leading cause of cancer death up until the late 1930’s [6,7]. With major improvements since then in embarking stomach cancer, it currently does not stand out

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    Essay On Stomach Aches

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    from various causes including biological, social and psychological (Suarez, 2010). The stomach is one of the organs in the gastrointestinal tract which can be linked to various aches and pains. Many causes of stomach aches can be easily diagnosed, and do not pose long term threats or problems (Melinda Ratini, 2013). Stomach aches stem from three main causes - emotions, viruses or bacteria. Background The stomach is a muscular pouch located beneath the diaphragm, with the principal function of storing

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    Neutralisation of Stomach Acid Investigation Aim: To find which tablets are best for neutralising excess stomach acid. Introduction: Prediction: I predict that the indigestion tablet with the most carbonates will need the most acids for it to go neutral. The tablets with the least carbonates will need the least amount of acid for it to go neutral. So the best cure for neutralising a build up of stomach I would think would be the tablets with the least amount of carbonates because

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    Stomach Stapling: Surgical Treatment For Obesity In today's society there is an increasing number of obese people despite the growing concerns about leading a healthy lifestyle. There are numerous programs, diets, medications, etc. that have been developed to aid weight loss efforts and weight maintenance. One field that is being rapidly explored is methods of surgical treatment for obesity. This paper will explore these surgical methods. In doing so it is important to also discuss the definition

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    Proton pump inhibitors (PPI) are the drugs that reduce the secretion of gastric (stomach) acid. These drugs were introduced in the United States in the late 1980s. They have emerged as the standard of treatment for most acid-related disorders which causes dyspepsia. These disorders include gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), peptic ulcer disease, and Zollinger-Ellison syndrome, which is marked by excessive amounts of gastric acid. “Proton pump inhibitors are also successfully used for the treatment

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    In the article, “An Endangered Species in the Stomach” by Martin J. Blaser, he talks about a 60,000 year old bacterium living in the human stomach, named “Helicobacter pylori”. H. pylori was first isolated for investigation in 1982 by Barry J. Marshall and J. Robin Warren. Later researchers discovered that H. pylori was responsible for developing peptic ulcers, breaks in the lining of the stomach, or could also cause stomach cancer. For the past 100 years, there has been decrease in H. pylori bacteria

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    Observing the Butterflies in the Stomach

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    Every day people easily decide what to choose from numerous options, but they carefully consider when they face with choices involving their future. Because the outcome of a life decision affects one’s life greatly, people become anxious about failure or making a wrong decision. Anxiety causes confusion and impatience, and anxiety may actually lead them to choose a wrong decision ironically. Therefore, people try to make decisions by evading anxiety. Although people believe that anxiety directly

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    Stomach Bloating Essay

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    Numerous variables can bring about stomach bloating, including inappropriate eating regimen, different pharmaceuticals, stress, contamination from the earth and so forth. Bloating is discernible in light of the fact that the stomach is full and vaporous, and there is burping and mumbling in the stomach range. In the vast majority of the circumstances, the stomach bloating is activated by: gorging, indigestion and acid reflux, gulping additional air, IBS (crabby gut disorder), hormonal lopsidedness

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