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Home treatment for UTI can help keep the discomfort of a urinary tract infection from completely hindering your day to day.
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If your hip hurts, there may be a number of potential causes. While some are irreversible, others may be helped with exercise and medical intervention.
By Rebecca Mikulin
Strep throat hurts. How do you know if you have strep throat?
By Jennifer Hinders
Learn how to relieve ear pressure and how to keep pressure from building up when you fly.
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You may not even realize you have yawned, or it may occur so often you are a bit concerned. What is yawning all about?
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Sudden blurry vision causes are varied and may include an eye disease such as diabetic retinopathy or an event such as retinal detachment.
Can stress cause hives? The answer isn't what someone battling pressure or anxiety might want to hear, because hives definitely can come as the result of a particularly stressful period of time.
By Vickie Ferguson
A pain in the eye is alarming. Why does my eye hurt?
By Jennifer Hinders
Bad breath is embarrassing. It can result from something you eat or indicate a serious dental or medical problem.
By Linda Cann Pearson
Why do people hiccup? Basically, a hiccup is caused by a spasm in your diaphragm, the dome-shaped muscle that supports your lungs. The spasm comes from an irritation of the phrenic nerve, which controls the motion of the diaphragm.
By Lydia Nicoll
Some common conditions are responsible for the grinding sound when moving or bending your kneecap.
By Stephanie Banfield
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Head lice are an annoying, but not dangerous, part of childhood. Here is some information to help you better understand this lousy subject.
By Nancy Kennedy
Babies hiccup frequently even if there is nothing wrong, but some signs with persistent hiccups may indicate a medical issue.
By Rebecca Mikulin
There are natural remedies that will help alleviate painful earaches.
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Staph infection treatment depends on the location of the infection. Minor skin infections may clear up with warm compresses and ibuprofen, while some infections require antibiotics.
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How long does it take hemorrhoids to heal? If you are asking this question, you are certainly not the first person to do so - and you won't be the last.
By Laura Evans
How long does vertigo last? This frightening sense of dizziness can vary, depending on the individual.
By Aysha Schurman
Medical science and sports medicine are coming up with new treatments all the time to make pain in the leg less of a pain in the neck.
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