did not prevent "colic," or excessive crying.
Completing the trio of unpleasant bodily habits was burping
out loud when alone at home - popular with 30 per cent of people.
can exacerbate the problem by bringing up more acid, which then further irritates the lining of the esophagus, causing potentially serious long-term problems.
The "polite" term for burping
is eructation (ee-ruck-TAY-shun).
By morning, the bucket is empty and a contented group of New Jersey pigs is burping
in satisfaction over a gourmet breakfast.
Most people may learn to ignore behaviours that others refuse responsibility for, from obvious gaffes -- such as burping
in public -- to the subtler intricacies of lying, Ekman argues.
The Question: Does burping
babies lessen the incidence of colic or spitting up?
One of my colleagues is constantly sniffing and burping
, and when he eats fruit at his desk, the room is filled with the sound of slurping.
Piers called Paul Hunn, whose act consisted of burping
Other inappropriate acts which will insure the first date is the only date were licking the plate clean, burping
, picking teeth with fingers, the study conducted by internet market research company www.onepoll.com found.
QMY husband is always burping
- after meals, after hot drinks and cold drinks.
The good news, however, is that some amount of burping
Is the practice of burping
effective to control colic and regurgitation episodes in young infants?
One in four owned up to burping
loudly at a dinner table.
He was convicted after arguing a "burping
condition" could have affected his breath test reading.