Randomized controlled trials show that people following a meal plan low in carbs were better able to lose weight and control blood sugar.
Many health professionals insist that home remedies are placebos. What if there were an explanation for Vicks on the feet to calm a cough?
People who get 400 to 600 mg of flavanols in their daily diets are less likely to suffer from diabetes or cardiovascular problems.
The manufacturer warns patients that eating walnuts with their medicine could interfere with Synthroid effectiveness.
Sipping hibiscus tea a few times a day can help get blood pressure under control. Studies show hibiscus may act like an ACE inhibitor.
Feeling nauseated is awful. OTC drugs are not very helpful and even Rx meds may not work. Could a sniff of alcohol ease symptoms of nausea?
Doctors often tell patients to avoid caffeinated coffee to keep their heart rhythm regular. Studies suggest there's no need to worry.
No home remedies appear effective against a seborrheic keratosis, but applying diclofenac gel might be worth a try.
Several studies have produced conflicting results on the potential value of vitamin D3 for survival of COVID-19 patients. Which is right?
Glucosamine for arthritis is a controversial dietary supplement. Some people say it works. Others say it's worthless. What do studies show?