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Q. I enjoy your column when I read my local paper online. Sometimes I want to keep a column and share it with family, but I find it difficult to get back to the specific remedy I remember. I wonder if you have any ideas for how I can locate these helpful tips.

A. The easiest way to find a collection of our favorite home and food remedies is in our book from National Geographic, The People's Pharmacy Quick & Handy Home Remedies. You can also search online at www.PeoplesPharmacy.com for the tip you want.

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Here in Raleigh, I find the subscribed newsletters Joe and Terry send out are pretty much in sync with the articles in the N&O.

And once you find it on peoplespharmacy.com, I suggest you use some online bookmarking tool such as www.delicious.com, where you can keep your bookmarked url's online. The advantage of online is you can get to them from any computer. Once you find the article you can save on your delicious account (free) and put a tag of "peoplespharmacy". You can add multiple tags so you could add a tag like "gout" or "Statins".

Joe and Terry's articles already have some tags that they put on the article in their site.

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