The taste of raw cookie dough is so popular, it’s become an ice cream flavor. But there’s danger in that deliciousness due to flour and eggs. Here’s why you should hold off sampling your cookies until they are baked.
Are you considering home remedies for your hemorrhoids? A doctor weighs in on the pros and cons of some natural remedies, including aloe and apple cider vinegar.
Eliminating belly bloat can be accomplished by adjusting what you eat and drink. The two big keys? A dietitian at Cleveland Clinic says to make sure your plate includes fiber-rich foods and that you’re consuming enough water.
Cinnamon isn’t just a spice we use in sweet and savory recipes to add extra oomph — it potentially provides numerous unexpected health benefits
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Unfortunately, coffee can cause digestive issues. But if you can’t fathom giving up your coffee fix, there are ways to make it less acidic and still taste great.
Appendicitis can strike at any age. Symptoms of an inflamed appendix can mimic other problems, and it’s always an emergency. Here’s what you need to know.
The latest TikTok trend has people eating papaya seeds to rid their bodies of intestinal parasites. Does that really work? A gastroenterologist explains.
You’ve got a headache, so you take an ibuprofen. Your muscles are sore from a workout, so you take an ibuprofen. Your cramps are bad this week, so you take an ibuprofen. But is it safe to take so much? An internist discusses the risks and how to take ibuprofen correctly, sparingly and responsibly.
Green poop certainly isn’t what you expect to find in the toilet bowl, but is it something to worry about? A gastroenterologist at Cleveland Clinic explains why your doo may be a different hue.