Super spicy chips and snack foods have come under attack as being unhealthy, with certain school districts even going so far as to ban some brands from their schools.But now doctors say there's another reason spicy junk food should be avoided: It can result in a trip to the emergency room. Emergency room doctors said they were seeing kids and some adults coming into the ER with gastritis, an inflamed stomach lining, or other stomach ailments after eating bags of spicy snack foods. In Los Angeles, 12-year-old Andrew Medina experienced stomach pain on and off for weeks before seeing a doctor. It's "like if you have a bruise or something. It really hurts a lot," is how Andrew described the pain to ABC station KABC-TV in Los Angeles. Andrew told KABC that he probably eats between 20 to 30 bags of spicy chips and snacks a month. The practice among kids and adolescents to not only eat junk food but very spicy junk food worries doctors, who say spicy snack foods can change the pH balance in the stomach, making it painfully acidic. Dr. Martha Rivera, a pediatrician at White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, said she sees between five and six cases of children with gastritis daily. Read more here.