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August 21, 2021

Avoiding GERD, Testicular Cancer, and a Surprising Way to Lower Blood Pressure
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Avoiding GERD, Testicular Cancer, and a Surprising Way to Lower Blood Pressure
A third of the US population suffers from frequent heartburn or a condition known as GERD. This week, we will talk to Andrew Chan, MD, a gastroenterologist from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, who says if you suffer from acid reflux, five diet and lifestyle changes may help.

Then, while testicular cancer is relatively rare, it is the most common cancer in American males ages 15 to 35. We will talk with Dr. Matthew Ziegelmann, a Mayo Clinic urologist, to learn about the diagnosis and treatment of testicular cancer.

And, activities like walking are often recommended to reduce high blood pressure. University of Saskatchewan kinesiology professor Dr. Phil Chilibeck found an activity even more effective than walking for lower blood pressure.

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