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Sinus infections can be treated at home by increasing fluid intake, using neti pots or other similar mechanisms to administer a saline flush to the sinuses, or eating spicy foods, according to Everyday Health. Applying w... More »

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Oil of oregano is used as a treatment for sinus problems, cough, fatigue, acne and dandruff, states WebMD. Other uses of oil of oregano include treatment for earaches, athlete's foot, canker sores and muscle pain. More »

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Natural ways to reduce sinus pain include staying hydrated, consuming spicy foods and flushing mucus out of nasal passages, notes Everyday Health. Taking a steamy shower and applying warm compresses may also alleviate th... More »

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One home test for Alzheimer's disease is the Self-Administered Gerocognitive Exam, or SAGE, according to Everyday Health. The creators of this test are researchers at the Wexner Medical Center at Ohio Sate University, an... More »

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