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Freezing warts: Does it work, home remedies, and what to expect
Warts are infectious, non-cancerous tumors caused by the human papillomavirus or HPV. There are several different types of wart, each caused by a different type of HPV.
Medical News Today - Sat. Dec 2
Apple cider vinegar for erectile dysfunction: Does it work?
Erectile dysfunction can be a frustrating and demoralizing condition, particularly when standard treatments do not work. There is little scientific evidence that apple cider vinegar can treat erectile dysfunction.
Medical News Today - Sat. Dec 2
Melatonin overdose: Side effects and dosage
Melatonin is a popular supplement that many people use to help them fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night. Melatonin varies in effectiveness from person to person, which may lead to an accidental overdose.
Medical News Today - Mon. Nov 27
Three to four cups of coffee per day slash disease risk
More good news for coffee drinkers a review of existing studies has found that overall, moderate coffee consumption is tied to a much lower risk of chronic disease. However, there are some caveats.
Medical News Today - Mon. Nov 27
What to eat when you have diarrhea: A guide
Occasional diarrhea is a common occurrence. Most people will experience an episode of diarrhea at least once or twice a year that will disappear in a couple of days.
Medical News Today - Mon. Nov 27
Scabs in the nose: Causes and remedies
The inside of the nose contains delicate tissue that physical injuries or illnesses can easily damage and inflame. With many blood vessels and nerve endings in this area, bleeding and painful scabs are common issues.
Medical News Today - Mon. Nov 27
How to regrow hair naturally
When it comes to preventing hair loss or improving the hair that someone already has, there are plenty of natural methods that help.
Medical News Today - Mon. Nov 27
Controlling diabetes with your phone might be possible someday
Think about this. You have diabetes, are trying to control your insulin levels and instead of taking a pill or giving yourself an injection, you click an app on your phone that tells your pancreas to bring blood sugar levels back to normal. Sound improbable Not according to Luis Ulloa, an immunologist at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in a paper published today in Trends in Molecular Medicine . Our bodies are a lot like rooms in a house, says Ulloa. In ...
EurekAlert - Mon. Nov 27
Integrative medicine approaches for pain treatment -- can they be an alternati...
Nov. 21, 2017 - Can acupuncture and yoga help to fight the opioid epidemic These and other integrative medicine approaches have shown at least preliminary evidence of effectiveness in pain management, according to an article in the December issue of Anesthesia Analgesia -- a special thematic issue addressing the opioid crisis. In the current opioid crisis era, many integrative medical therapies can be used as complements to mainstream medicine to address p ...
EurekAlert - Mon. Nov 27
Chlorella: Nutrition facts and possible health benefits
Chlorella is a so-called superfood that has earned a glittering reputation among its supporters as a fix-all supplement. This humble alga, native to Taiwan and Japan, has been reported to do everything from boosting antibody count to promoting weight-loss and even fighting cancer.
Medical News Today - Mon. Nov 20
Aloe vera for psoriasis: Benefits and treatments
Psoriasis is a long-term condition that causes excess skin cells to form inflamed, red, and scaly patches on the skin. Can aloe vera help manage the symptoms of this condition
Medical News Today - Mon. Nov 20
How to get rid of bruises: 7 effective home remedies
Bruising is a normal response to an injury. Tiny blood vessels beneath the skin can be damaged by even a small impact, leaving behind blood trapped beneath the skin.
Medical News Today - Mon. Nov 20