When back pain hits, you want relief — now. Luckily, a few home remedies can help your back feel better. Try these tips the next time your back needs some TLC.
A wart can come out of nowhere. Our experts offers a few at home wart remedies that actually work and tips for reducing your risk of getting them.
Got ear wax (cerumen) buildup? Learn how much is too much, and two home remedies to help with ear wax removal.
What are the best ways to soothe throat pain? See six doctor-recommended home remedies for sore throat — along with two sore throat remedies you should avoid. And learn when you should see a doctor about your symptoms.
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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.