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As far as I know there is no conclusive and trustworthy research which determines whether e-cigarettes are safe or not. E-cigarettes are quite new and there is relatively few people using them. I daresay no research in the upcoming ten years will have statistically significant results, the time span is simply too short. Even if there were some research which ...
Perhaps a slippery elm lozenge could be crushed and mixed with a little water to make a paste. My husband takes slippery elm before bed for mild heartburn. Remaining upright will help as well. (Slippery elm is traditionally prepared as a slimy, gross liquid- if you can find it that way, great. I can only find it in a lozenge at my health food store.)
I had my daughter suck on a tum for a few seconds and it seemed to help. I just tossed the tums in the trash. Only had her suck on it until she seemed to calm down. I wouldn't give her or him a whole gum but I don't see the problem haing them suck on it for a little bit just to get some help with the reflux.
Of course, your ideal solution would be for your wife to see the error of her ways and agree with you that homoeopathy is just expensive water. But then again, your wife would prefer for you to come around to her point of view. Neither is very likely to happen, from what I gather from your story. I assume you've reasoned this six ways from Sunday with her ...
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