7/29/2008

Pediatric gastroenterologists are increasingly diagnosing infants and babies with gastroesophageal reflux disease and using proton-pump inhibitors to treat the condition. Experts say GERD can be distinguished from normal reflux when an infant will not eat, stops gaining weight, vomits blood and is extremely irritable. Diagnosis can be tricky, however, in babies with colic.

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