Not all of Grandma’s old-time remedies stand up to close scientific scrutiny. In fact, some are downright silly. Let’s have a look at Grandma’s medicine chest and see what works and what doesn’t.
Duct tape and sandpaper can cure warts on their own or when combined with over-the-counter salicylic acid. However, if at-home treatment doesn’t work after a few months, see your doctor.
If your tattoo no longer reflects the real you, how easy is it to get rid of it? Get expert advice on cleaning up your body art.
Summer isn’t endless — but before you bid farewell to the season, try these healthy activities. Best of all, you can do them into fall, too.
You can’t avoid the sun, of course, but you can avoid sunburn. A good idea, considering that damage from sunburn can last a lifetime, leading to skin cancer, premature aging and wrinkles.
As we age, our eyes show it! But simple procedures can turn back the hands of time, erasing crow’s feet, dark circles and bagginess to help you look youthful and well-rested.
With so many formulas on the shelf, how do you pick? Our infographic shows you how to choose wisely and use correctly.
It’s poison ivy season again, and kids picking up a nasty, itchy rash may be one of the unavoidable rites of summer. Pediatrician Emma Raizman, MD, has tips for parents to minimize the risks.
This HealthHub Knockout pits shaving against waxing. Learn which technique is better for getting smooth, hair-free legs, armpits, faces, brows, bikini lines, backs and chests.
What’s the surefire way to stay younger looking? Can you Watusi that weight off? And what are your sneezes telling you? Get answers to these and other pressing questions.