According to a study, older people who drink cherry juice score better on tests of cognitive function after three months.
Numerous studies show that anthocyanins in blueberries help lower systolic blood pressure and improve cognitive performance of impaired individuals.
Some readers find that keeping a bar of soap under the bottom sheet helps keep hips and knees from aching during the night.
Chinese elders who ate garlic often were more likely to enjoy a long life than those who rarely indulged.
When you need to remove a splinter, home remedies like duct tape or white glue can be helpful.
Spanish scientists find that a mostly vegetarian diet with vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts and olive oil may help you control your weight.
A study of older Americans show that people who eat nuts live longer. However, peanut butter eaters get no advantage.
A reader shares his experience with vinegar for painful box jellyfish stings. Scientists say vinegar can help, but "Sting No More" works better.
Have you ever used duct tape or white glue to remove splinters? These home remedies can work surprisingly well, as can wart plasters.
Numerous readers have found that soy sauce helps relieve the pain of a burn, after cold water has cooled the injured skin.
According to a new study, men who eat yogurt twice a week or more have a lower risk of colon polyps and possibly colorectal cancer.
French people who consume sweet drinks frequently are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer.