Informal study shows high rate of reflux in colic babies

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Informal study at Brown University Colic Clinic shows high rate of GERD, up to 75%.
http://www.parents.com/baby/care/colic/inside-a-colic-clinic/?page=3

Informal study at Brown University Colic Clinic shows high rate of GER (reflux), up to 75%.

http://www.parents.com/baby/care/colic/inside-a-colic-clinic/?page=3

While I don’t think that reflux is the cause of unstopping crying, I think it may trigger the crying.

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