ECZEMA cream: Eczema can be a stubborn skin condition to treat, especially during periods of severe flare-ups. Topical creams can be prescribed by your doctor to treat symptoms, but an everyday cooking oil that most people have in their kitchen cupboards has also been found to help relieve the condition.
ECZEMA is a condition which causes itchy, dry, cracked and sore skin. Topical creams are usually recommended as treatment but they don’t always work for everyone. One alternative to creams experts recommend can be found in your kitchen cupboard.
DIABETES type 2 symptoms can include frequent urination, blurred vision and unexplained weight loss. Keeping active is a good way of preventing the condition and keeping blood sugar levels normal, as well as a healthy diet. Some foods should be avoided, including this popular dinnertime side.
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REUTERS/Brian Snyder An unusual supplement to antibiotics is showing promise as a way to make the medications more effective. In research presented April 2 at the American Chemical Society’s national meeting, scientists found that when fruit flies infected with a strain of bacteria were given an extract of maple syrup along with antibiotics, the combination helped keep the bugs alive for days […]
IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME, also known as IBS, affects 15 per cent of the population – an estimated 10 million people in the UK. Daily Express :: Health Feed
IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME, also known as IBS, affects 15 per cent of the population – an estimated 10 million people in the UK. Daily Express :: Life and Style Feed