An ingrown underarm hair may cause you a lot of problems. It is usually associated with armpit pain, irritation, swelling and even deep cysts or boils. What is more, it can sometimes be difficult to tell an ingrown armpit hair from an enlarged lymph node.
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June 26, 2017 6:10 PM
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When your armpits stink like hell and your clothes have sweat marks under your arms, you may feel embarrassed. Nobody wants to smell bad. Here is a detailed, evidence-based post explaining why your underarm stinks and how to get rid of armpit odor with both evidence-based medicine and natural home remedies.
May 5, 2017 6:10 PM
Antioxidants are compounds found in many foods. These compounds help the body fight against free radicals that increase the amount of oxidative stress in your body. Here is a detailed list of 17 antioxidant-rich foods, which may protect your cells from oxidative stress and serious diseases, including cancer.
May 1, 2017 8:25 PM
Holes in tonsils have recently been discussed a lot. Many people get worried when they see small or large holes in their tonsils, sometimes with spots, pus (white stuff) or even tonsil stones (tonsilloliths). You may see holes in your tonsils quite often as this issue is a very common symptom of many disorders, including strep throat, mononucleosis, ear ache and even oral cancer.
April 28, 2017 7:55 PM
Essential oils have been used in skin care for centuries. They help you reduce wrinkles and age spots and are also helpful in the treatment of many skin disorders, such as acne, eczema or rashes. Here is a detailed article featuring some of the best essential oils for your skin, including instructions to make the remedies.
April 24, 2017 5:25 AM
Over the last 100 years, antibiotics have saved millions of lives. While on the one hand, these medicines kill disease-causing bacteria and are an essential part of life-threatening infection treatments, antibiotics also destroy beneficial gut bacteria and have an adverse impact on your gut health. Eating food rich in healthy gut bacteria while (and after) taking antibiotics should, therefore, be an integral part of any antibiotic therapy.
April 21, 2017 10:45 AM
Arginine also referred to as L-arginine, is an amino acid, which your body makes. It is not an essential amino acid (e.g. a one that your body cannot produce) but we still get some from foods. Arginine may alleviate various symptoms, ranging from inflammation to migraines.