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How To Soothe Dry Nasal Passages | The Best Fix for Dry Nose and Sinuses

Oct 30, 2021

As winter approaches, many people savor the thought of getting cozy with their favorite warm beverages and comfortable winter clothing. But for many, the colder weather brings a different set of challenges: dry nasal passages, stuffy or runny noses, and sinus issues. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of the best ways to […]

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How To Lower Diastolic Blood Pressure | 7 Methods That Work

Oct 15, 2021

Having high blood pressure can be a dangerous problem long-term. That’s why it’s important to maintain healthy blood pressure using safe, effective lifestyle changes. This post will discuss how to lower diastolic blood pressure within the context of lowering your blood pressure overall. What Is Normal Blood Pressure? Your heart is a powerful muscle that […]

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How To Reverse Prediabetes | Follow These 9 Easy Steps

Sep 30, 2021

Prediabetes is a unique condition where your blood sugar is elevated beyond normal, healthy levels but not enough to be diagnosed as type 2 diabetes. However, it does not strictly mean that you will develop type 2 diabetes. In fact, it’s entirely possible to have your blood sugar return to normal with some changes to […]

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How Long Is Strep Contagious?

Sep 15, 2021

You might not have heard of strep throat infecting adults. But although strep throat is very common in children, it is also a significant cause of throat infection for adults. Because it’s a bacterial infection, it’s also contagious and requires you to maintain meticulous hygiene and avoid contact with others. But how long is strep […]

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Understanding Blood Pressure Numbers: What’s Normal?

Aug 15, 2021

So when is your blood pressure high enough to go to the hospital? Read on to learn how blood pressure works, the risks involved with high blood pressure, and what’s normal. If you’re in a hurry and need a reference, skip to the summary at the bottom of the page. Understanding Blood Pressure Numbers: What’s […]

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Is Tylenol a Blood Thinner? Read On For The Facts

Jul 15, 2021

Tylenol is one of the most popular drugs for fever and pain relief. It is a brand name for the generic paracetamol, also known as acetaminophen. However, there are many misconceptions surrounding its use. Does it reduce fever effectively? What about pain or inflammation? And, is Tylenol a blood thinner? This post will address what […]

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What is a Low-Grade Fever | Causes & Treatment

Jun 30, 2021

Are you feeling achy, warm skin, tired, or just not well? You might have a low-grade fever. Now, you might be wondering, “What is a low-grade fever?” This guide will address everything you need to know about a low-grade fever. Let’s get started! What Makes Us Feel a Low-grade Fever? Your body isn’t just a […]

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What Are the Causes of White Spots on the Tonsils?

Jun 15, 2021

Seeing white spots on tonsils can make you worried. But the good news is that most of the time, easy treatment is available for that white stuff on the tonsils, so surgical treatment is no more needed. Learn more about the causes of white spots on the back of the throat and ways to treat […]

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How to Properly Clean Your Ears

May 30, 2021

Earwax forms naturally and has several important duties to keep your ear working fine. The first and foremost function of earwax is to lubricate your ear canals to save them from dryness, itchiness, and irritation. The other functions include preventing debris from moving further into the ear and saving ear canals from infections.    Although […]

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