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21 Home Remedies for an Earache

There are a few different things that can lead to an earache. You could have injured the eardrum or your brain, you could have hurt a different part of your head but feel it in your ear, an irritation in the ear, or even an ear or sinus infection.

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25 Home Remedies for Sunburn

Sunburn is something you get after being in the sun for too long. Like with normal burns, there are different severities of sunburn. Mild sunburn can be pink and red for three days to a week. After the three to seven days, your skin might start to peel a bit. That is nothing to worry about.

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17 Home Remedies for Skin Tags Around the Eyes

Skin tags are small flaps of skin, usually smaller than the size of a pencil eraser. They often match a person’s skin tone. On pale people, they can also be a dark brown color. While skin tags aren’t harmful, they can be cosmetically appealing. However, they may begin to hurt if they are agitated (rubbed against).  When you have skin tags around the eyes, the pain and irritation can become annoying.

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27 Home Remedies for Burning Eyes

Burning, irritated eyes can easily ruin your day. Causes can range from unavoidable environmental factors such as pollen to simply wearing your contact lenses for too long. Burning eyes can even be the result of looking at the computer or television for an extended period of time, lack of sleep, or exposure to extreme temperatures. The good news is, there’s no need to run to the doctor! There are plenty of simple home remedies you can use that will have you feeling as good as new.

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31 Home Remedies for Breast Pain

Breast pain is not a rare phenomenon and many women get accustomed to it over the period of their adult life. While it is not a normal state of health, it is not always such that should give rise to any alarm as a result of the particulate nature of its occurrence.

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46 Home Remedies for Joint Pain

Joint pains result because of aging, physical exertion, and a range of contributing physiological conditions. In women, the menstrual cycle can cause excruciating menstrual pains, which might extend to the joints.

Aging leads to loss of muscles, which invariably compounds the pressure on the surviving muscle mass. In older people, joint pains can lead to poor mobility.