Bizarre and Crazy Home Remedies that really work. I visited with Lauren Gelman of Prevention Magazine. She compiled a list of some unexpected home remedies that actually work. Some I’ve heard about and others were shocking. I’ve used her list as a springboard and mixed in a few of my own.
Vitamin B 12 could be used to help prevent a hangover. I didn't know this, but according to many reports this is a valid preventive option. In a study in the UK, it was found that the elderly also benefit from Vitamin B 12. The folks who had higher levels had less brain shrinkage than people with low levels.
Bed wetting is a common issue in children, and luckily, completely resolves all on it's own by the time the child is 7. If this is an issue you're dealing with, you know that there are lots of things to consider, most importantly your reaction.
"Ooh, my aching . . . " When gripped by chronic pain, reach beyond the medicine chest -- for the right foods at the grocery store. What you eat can directly and indirectly help reduce pain in three ways:
What you can see clearly here, but over 1.6 million American's can't is the world's smallest telescope. Smaller than a pea, this teeny tiny telescope is helping people with Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) improve their vision and their lives.
If I had a nickel for every time I heard that, I would be taking more vacations to tropical beaches! When I hear this, what I also understand is that the person wants to be tested for every sexually transmitted disease/infection (STD) ever known. By the time, the person comes in to see me, I can offer up a few tests that will help them know if they contracted an infection.
Today’s Featured Guest is Ann Carson, Caring.com expert
My family is together in Morro Bay, California, driving down the highway on our way to lunch. My father, who is an invalid, is in the back seat, chanting. "The rock, the rock. I want to see the rock.
"Oh no," I'm thinking to myself. "He wants to see Morro Rock, which is the opposite direction from the way we're headed." I can feel my irritation bubbling. He never could follow the status quo. The traffic on the freeway is speeding up and cars are rushing by. I look into the rearview mirror. My cheeks are flushed; smoke is coming out of my ears.
Have you been to one of the Walk-In Clinics located in drug stores or urgent care centers in the last 12 months? If you answered yes, then you're in good company. The numbers of people who are using Retail Health Clinics is up dramatically.
If you haven't been to a retail clinic in a drugstore or pharmacy, you've probably seen them. They're a natural extension of the pharmacist offering you a flu or shingles vaccine.