Got a sore throat and cough? Research shows that honey can help soothe irritation thanks to its antimicrobial and anti-inflammation properties.
Feeling panicked over a nosebleed? As nervous as it might make you feel, a nosebleed in most cases should go away on its own. But you don’t want to make matters worse either, so here’s some do’s and don’ts when stopping a bleeding nose.
Feeling stuffed up is no fun. But you can tackle nasal congestion at home with a few different remedies.
It’s one of the worst parts of flying: You finally hit that cruising altitude, and suddenly, your hearing is all muffled and it feels like your ears are plugged up. But this isn’t the only time your ears can get clogged. Learn what causes plugged up ears and the safest ways to pop them to relieve the pressure.
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A new category of hearing aids will soon be available in drugstores and pharmacies without a prescription. If you have mild hearing loss, here’s how to know whether they’re the right fit for you.
Hearing aids have come a long way, now offering Bluetooth connectivity and individualized fittings. But they still might take some time and trial and error getting used to them.
Do you grab a piece of gum when your mouth feels dry? How about when you’re stressed? Or maybe when you just crave a bit of something sweet? Other options might be better than reaching for that next stick of gum.
Does your nose constantly drip? Learn what the most common causes are and when to see your healthcare provider.
Is your mouth tasting salty? Learn why salty mouth can happen and what to do about it.
If long hairs sticking out of your nostrils isn’t quite the look you’re going for, learn how to tame them (and why they grow more as we age).