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Eating to Prevent Cold Sores Having trouble with chronic cold sores? The solution could be a simple as swapping sunflower seeds for avocados. Foods like chocolate, nuts, gelatin, and coffee contain the nutrient arginine, which ...
Aug 06 2007 2:40pm
canker sores...help I get pretty frequent canker sores (also called mouth ulcers). I am really healthy apart from this big problem. Anyone got an suggestions?
Oct 23 2007 1:53am
... on toothpaste. She says she gets a lot less sores now. more
Oct 25 2007 12:13pm
Allergic reaction - but what is my Allergy ???? Swollwn sore eyelids! Hi, I have never been allergic to anything EVER ! I have swolen eyelids , soreness and red under the eyes.My eyelids are itchy too. My eyes are fine not conjunctivitus nor hayfever problem ...
Apr 30 2009 10:10am
Have you used Betamethasone cream http://www.internationaldrugmart.com/betamethasone.html ... more
Feb 15 2013 1:04pm
Extreme soreness below rib cage (left side) I have been sick almost every day for about a year.  I recently found out that I have a hiatal hernia, acid reflux, and gastritis.  I am constantly feeling nauseated, out of breath, dizzy, and tired ...
Mar 25 2010 9:35am
My tenderness is where the colon starts to descend - pain for 4 days and a bloated abdomen ... more
Nov 20 2010 9:12pm
Sore to the Core I just did a Pilates class yesterday and WOW am I sore! That was a great workout, although it didn't really seem so at the time. I took class at a really nice studio that had all the equipment, and ...
Nov 13 2007 6:07am
Being sore to the core can be such a fabulous feeling. It makes you know that you have re ... more
Feb 24 2008 9:06am
Soothe Those Overworked Muscles with a Freezing Cold Bath Sounds like torture, right? Well, it feels like it at first, but the tried-and-true ice bath has become par for the course in the elite camp, and a practice any competitive athlete should consider. As ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
... o they can heal faster. I haven?t tried the cold bath thing. I like mine really hot. more
Oct 01 2007 11:43am
Drinking Cold Water Better Water should preferably be cold? Reportedly from 1litre -- upper scale bottled water company --, cold water is much faster than warm water when it comes to being absorb ...
Aug 08 2007 8:10am
... if we had people taste the water super super cold they couldn't even distinguish between b ... more
Aug 20 2007 4:29pm
Protect yourself against the cold Exercising in cold weather can feel great, but it is important to take adequate care. Here are a few tips to protect yourself against the cold. Always wear layers of clothing to keep warm ...
Sep 14 2007 5:27am
... cles will be in shock and be reacting to the cold. With arthritis, it doesn't provide a pl ... more
Sep 19 2007 10:07pm
Vitamin C Protects Marathoners From Catching Colds Most of us have heard about the importance of ample anti-oxidants in an endurance athlete’s diet for helping to repair all of the wear and tear we put our bodies through each week. Now, studies show ...
Jul 28 2007 6:20pm
Chamomile Tea Fights Colds We've all heard of the virtues of tea (antioxidants, staying young, etc.), but if you're just looking to fight off the sniffles, you don't need the fancy stuff. According to British researchers, cha ...
Aug 08 2007 9:59am