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Fasting gastric pH versus normal gastric pH

I want to know if someone is fasting (no food or drink for a whole day) will they have a higher or lower pH than a person who is eating regularly? If so what is an estimate of both of those pH's in ...
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What is the function of E-coli bacteria in our stomach?

So, I recently came up with this question. I googled it, but couldn't understand the proper functions of E-coli bacteria. A little definition would be wonderful.
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What is the “leaky valve” between the esophagus and stomach?

When someone talks about there being a "leaky valve" between the esophagus and the stomach, what is the exact biological structure they are talking about? This would be a structure that, when ...
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Do the enzymes and compounds in saliva help with stain removal?

Does spitting on stains help with removal? Saliva is high in amylase that should help with the breakdown of protein rich stains like blood and semen. It also contains antimicrobial enzymes and ...
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Is there tea allergy? [closed]

In every day when I drink more tea than other drink I have to go to water closet more often than other days. Does it cause any allergy or any other reason behind it?
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What are the biological mechanisms of candy causing nausea?

As I sit here after eating too much chocolate, I wonder: What are the biological mechanisms behind eating too much candy candy causing nausea in a healthy individual? Is it a spike in blood sugar, ...
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Why do we suffer abdominal pain after we get very angry or stress?

You also realize probably, when we get so much anger or high levels of stress, after some point we have terrible stomach ache, like really heavy pain. Why is that? How stress or anger can effect our ...
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Stomach Virus : How does it affect the bacteria of the intestines?

When you have a stomach virus and it causes extreme bowel movements to the point of almost pure stomach acid, does this kill off the bacteria in our intestinal tracks?
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Stomach sagittal section

Can anyone please tell me where is exactly the stomach in this image? This is a sagittal section from the University of Michigan Visible Human Browsers. Thank you.
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Does having a total gastrectomy (removal of the stomach) cause individuals to be more prone to infections?

If a patient has a complete removal of his/her stomach (i.e. a total gastrectomy), then does that cause a person to be more prone to infections from eating unsanitary food? I'm asking this question ...