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03
June
2013

Migraine headaches: Causes, symptoms, and treatment

Find out how to cure your worst migraine headaches

Migraine headaches are one of the most common, debilitating, and costly medical afflictions worldwide. Those who have experienced migraines report a wide range of type and severity of symptoms, and an equally varied breadth of treatment options are available. By gaining a better understanding of this condition, you might be able to improve your ability to control your own migraines or help others you know who are affected. In this article, we discuss just exactly what a migraine is and the mechanism of action, and possible treatment options you can use.
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15
July
2013

Natural remedies for sinus infections

How to treat a sinus infection naturally

When you have a sinus infection, you just want it gone as soon as possible. The headache, the facial pressure, the mucus – all of it needs to go! Besides going to your doctor and getting meds, there are some natural remedies you can try at home to soothe that nasty sinus infection and be on your way to feeling much better.
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17
September
2013

Stay hydrated during cold and flu season

The importance of staying hydrated if you are sick

Learn about the importance of hydration when everyone around you is getting sick.
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24
July
2013

The best foods for a head cold

Eat these foods to soothe your cold symptoms

You've got the sniffles and you want them gone, but also to feel better fast. Medicines and lots of rest can help, but food can give you that extra boost your body needs to fight the cold, soothe your body, and get past your infection faster. Which foods are the best cold-fighting helpers? Check out these amazing infection fighters.
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17
May
2013

What to do about a recurring head cold

How often is too often and what to do about it

The common cold is extremely prevalent throughout the world. Indeed, it is the most common infectious disease we know of. On average, an adult will suffer 2-3 colds every year. This number can vary, but if you suffer from 10 colds or more per year, or if you suffer repeated or prolonged colds over a shorter span of time, there might be another issue that needs to be addressed. By understanding the mechanisms of the common cold and the function of your immune system, you may be able to ameliorate the situation.
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