Study Links Heartburn Drugs With Stomach Cancer
A new study has linked the long-term use of over-the-counter heartburn pills with a doubled increased risk of stomach cancer.
Heartburn Drugs Linked to 50% Greater Risk of Death
A new study shows that long-term use of anti-heartburn drugs like Nexium and Prilosec may increase the risk of death by up to 50% compared to antacids like Pepcid. Other studies have found significantly higher rates of kidney failure, stroke,...
Heartburn Drugs Linked to “Silent” Kidney Disease Epidemic
Millions of people who use heartburn drugs like Nexium and Prilosec may be increasing their risk of serious kidney damage, even if they show no symptoms of kidney problems, according to a new study.
Popular Heartburn Drugs May Raise Stroke Risk
People who take over-the-counter heartburn drugs like Nexium could be up to 94% more likely to have a stroke, according to a new study.
Consumer Reports Highlights Kidney Risks of Nexium, Prilosec
Consumer Reports published two reports warning about the risk of severe kidney problems from anti-heartburn drugs used by millions of Americans.