gassiness


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gassiness

[′gas·ē·nəs]
(electronics)
Presence of unwanted gas in a vacuum tube, usually in relatively small amounts, caused by the leakage from outside or evolution from the inside walls or elements of the tube.
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Products like Beano may help with gassiness but not bloating or cramps, experts say.
Thrown into the bean pot, it decreases the likelihood that the beans will cause gassiness.
And, thanks to the yoghurt's natural probiotics, you'll have little or no bloating or gassiness and a better disposition with no dramatic mood swings.
In the meantime, we fell victim to a host of afflictions, a short list of which included: eczema, hives, scabies, halitosis, toothache, periodontal disease, lactose intolerance, gassiness, dyspepsia, charley horse, athlete's foot, bunions, hammertoe, gout, dropsy, scurvy, sickle cell anemia, insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, moodiness, fatigue, migraine, chills, sneezing, sniffling, congestion, hacking cough, and the grippe.
The worst offenders in gassiness seem to be soybeans, followed closely by pintos, great northerns and kidney beans.