Proponents of Ayurvedic medicine will tell you that Acorus calamus (sweet flag) will cure pretty much anything. What uses of sweet flag are backed up by science, and is sweet flag safe?
Simethicone drops are an over-the-counter drug used to treat symptoms of bloating and gas. They belong to the antiflatulent class of medications, and they’re widely used to treat colicky pain in infants, but their efficacy is debatable.
When parents suspect their child is in pain, they’re eager to try anything that could possibly make the baby feel better. Pediatricians usually avoid prescribing medications to infants with colic, but various treatments are available.
Blood pressure meds interact with a lot of painkillers, but being a medicated hypertension patient isn't going to stop you from getting fevers or having headaches. Is any OTC analgesic safe for people taking medications for high blood pressure?
Got a headache? Sore muscles? Arthritic pains? A fever? Which over-the-counter painkiller should YOU choose to feel more comfortable?
When it comes to your fibromyalgia, supplements may have some limited benefits but standard medication is still the way to go. I will present common medications that are used for fibromyalgia and if they are things we should be actually be taking.
A look at decades of research behind the St. John's Wort herbal supplement and its effects on depression.
When trying to find relief for your pain when suffering from fibromyalgia, painkillers or morphine are treatment options that are not attractive for many patients. Therefore, herbal remedies can be beneficial and help reduce inflammation and pain.
When dealing with chronic pain, chiropractors are often the first recommendation from friends and family to help make you feel better. Could these manipulations and stretches help treat chronic pain that comes with your fibromyalgia or is it a big scam?
Does your alternative doctor (or "doctor") have you convinced that you suffer from systemic candidiasis and that you should use a yeast infection diet to clear it up? We have some myth-busting to do.