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INDIGESTIONi

A Paper Submitted
In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirements
In English IV

By:
ROLE MAY M. YAOYAO
ALLYSA J. JUMONONG
DIMEMOORE O. DIAYON
JETHRO ARIANE S. RIVERA

JANUARY 28, 2013

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ii

The researchers would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the following:

To the Almighty God, who guided them in pursuing this research and for giving them good health and wisdom;

To their teacher, Mrs. Salvacion B. Dalugdog, who guided them through to their success in this research;

To their parents, who extended their full-time support to them:

To their friends, who never get tired in lending their hands in times of adversity.

R.M.Y
A.J.J
D.O.D
J.S.R
DEDICATION iii

This paper is dedicated to their loved ones who inspired them all the way to the success of this paper.

ROLE MAY
ALLYSA
DIMEMOORE
JETHRO ARIANE

Table of Contents
PRELIMINARIES
Title Page i
Acknowledgement ii
Dedication iii
Table of Contents iv

CHAPTER

I – THE PROBLEM AND IT’S SETTING
Introduction
Statement of the Problem
Significance of the Study
Scope and Delimitation
Definition of Terms Used

II – REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
III – PRESENTATION AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA
IV – SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
BIBLIOGRAPHY

A. BOOKS

Parker, James. Indigestion – A Medical Dictionary United States: Scholastic Library Publishing. Inc., 2004

Kansas. State Board of Agriculture. Indigestion on Cattle Kansas: Biodiversity Heritage Library, 1886.

B. INTERNET

Indigestion Articles, mayoclinic.com, medicinet.com, www.webmd.com www.allayurveda.com.asp

CHAPTER I
I – THE PROBLEM AND IT’S SETTING
INTRODUCTION
Indigestion is often a sign of an underlying problem, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), ulcers, or gallbladder...
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