Have you heard of drinking pickle juice as a home remedy for acid reflux? Find answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Gastroenterologist Christine Lee, MD, fields this one.
For many hallowed home remedies, there’s no scientific research to prove they do anything more than distract your mind from how you’re feeling.
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A quick Internet search will give you many zany ideas about how to get rid of warts. Various home remedies instruct people to use pineapple juice, baking powder, basil, apple cider vinegar or even toothpaste. Online, you’re advised to do the harmless and quirky: Rub the wart with the inside of a banana peel. And … Read More