Minimizing the appearance and relieving the discomfort of cold sores is possible overnight - and even in shorter periods of time, according to information provided by the Huffington Post. Though sores are unlikely to van... More »

Some overnight remedies for cold sores include gently putting a wet piece of cloth on the sores, using mouth rinse with baking soda, using nonprescription ointments, taking ibuprofen and using a soft bristle toothbrush w... More »

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Herpes simplex virus or cold sores cannot be cured; however, pain relief can be achieved by avoiding acidic foods, applying ice and using over-the-counter medications, reports WebMD. Abreva is an OTC topical medicine tha... More »

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Cortisone shots, antiviral prescription and over-the-counter remedies, eye drops and cold compresses are all treatments that improve the appearance of cold sores quickly, notes Huffington Post. Using concealer or face po... More »

Some of the causes of pain in the legs at night include dehydration, injury, medications, muscle strain, muscle fatigue, pregnancy, excessive exercise, standing for prolonged periods of time and staying at cold temperatu... More »

Swelling of the lower leg can be caused by several different factors that include standing for extended lengths of time, sitting in the same position for long periods, blood pressure medicines and steroids, explains Heal... More »

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In general, bursitis pain is worsened with stair climbing, squatting and walking for longer periods of time, explains the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Additionally, repetitive stress and overuse during activ... More »

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