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The holiday season should be one of the happiest times of the year, but all too often, stress takes its toll.

If you struggle with depression and acid reflux during the winter, increasing your physical activity level may help.

Many experts claim stress is a common heartburn trigger, but stress may contribute to acid reflux in a different way than you think.

This winter holiday season, why not make a conscious choice to eat foods that not only taste good, but are also good for your bones?

Prevent heartburn by creating healthy habits that will reduce your risk of painful acid reflux.