the devil and tom walker and the legend of sleepy hollow

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Experimental Design
Title:”A Medicine That Helps Relive Heartburn”
Question: How does this medicine helps relieve your heartburn?
Research Question:
1. What is heartburn?
-what are the causes of heartburn?
-what the symptoms?
2. What are the treatments of heartburn?
-what medications are available for heartburn?
-how do they work?
3. What are antacids?
Information/research:
Heartburn is the awful burning sensation in your chest or throat, usually when acids rise from your stomach, and it could serious when uncontrolled. Heartburn can be cause after taking aspiring, drinking alcohol, eating meal of fat laden, or acidic food, but mostly, it is when relaxing you’re the lower esophageal sphincter and allowing it to open, increasing the amount of acid in the stomach, increasing stomach pressure.
Heartburn has several symptoms including the burning of the chest after eating and last a few or several hours. The chest pain happens after lying down, bending over, or eating. Difficulty swallowing is another symptoms, it is when a food is sticking in the middle of chest and throat.
In order to heal or prevent heartburn from happening you need to take Tums as your medicine. It doesn’t mean that you only need Tums because other medicine is available like Maalox or Gelusil.
These medicines are one types of remedy called antacids. These medicines will neutralize existing stomach acid through basic chemical reaction. Using the medicines helps relieve heartburn, sour stomach or indigestion. Remember not to use these medicines if you have a high blood pressure because it’s high sodium content.
Sources:
http://www.medicinenet.com/heartburn_reflux/page2.htm http://www.webmd.com/heartburn-gerd/guide/heartburn-symptoms http://www.webmd.com/heartburn-gerd/guide/heartburn_gerd_symptoms_types
Hypothesis:
If person uses Tums as a medicine for heartburn THEN the chances will be that the person will be able to be healed from this discomfort and also will be

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