According to MedlinePlus, poison ivy around the eyes is often treated with steroid injections or oral medications. MedlinePlus advises individuals with poison ivy anywhere on the face to wash the skin thoroughly and to c... More »

Treat poison ivy by immediately rinsing the skin with soap and water, apply hydrocortisone cream or calamine lotion, use cool compresses to sooth the skin and take antihistamines to ease symptoms, according to the Americ... More »

Treat poison oak or poison ivy by applying a wet cloth to the rash and/or soaking the area in cool water, WebMD recommends. Use calamine lotion to help relieve itching. Patients should avoid scratching the rash as scratc... More »

Arthritis pain in the hands can be treated with pain relief medications, splints, cortisone injections and rest, reports About.com. Additionally, specific hand exercises can help to reduce pain, explains Healthline. Howe... More »

Home remedies for Bell's palsy include doing facial exercises, taking nonprescription medications to relieve pain and moistening the eyes with eye drops or ointments, Mayo Clinic explains. Applying warm compresses to the... More »

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Benign eye floaters generally don't require medical treatment and may be moved away from the field of vision by moving the eyes, according to WebMD. If the eye floaters are severe and negatively affect an individual’s vi... More »

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Poison ivy is typically treated with oral or cream medications, but triamcinolone injections can be administered for some patients, according to WebMD. People who have trouble swallowing pills are sometimes considered ca... More »