Food poisoning can be treated at home by getting plenty of rest and letting a person's stomach settle by avoiding food and drink for a few hours, according to Mayo Clinic. It may also help if a person avoids certain food... More »

According to Mayo Clinic, most cases of food poisoning do not require medical treatment. Cases that cause severe vomiting and diarrhea, however, may result in dehydration that requires intravenous replacement of fluids a... More »

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Treating food poisoning involves resting and avoiding the intake of food and drink for several hours and then taking sips of water or sucking on ice chips, advises Mayo Clinic. As the patient feels better, he can consume... More »

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Letting the stomach and intestines settle, preventing dehydration, easing back into a normal diet and getting plenty of rest are the mainstays of home treatment for food poisoning, according to Mayo Clinic. Avoiding dair... More »

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Treating food poisoning involves resting and avoiding the intake of food and drink for several hours and then taking sips of water or sucking on ice chips, advises Mayo Clinic. As the patient feels better, he can consume... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic website, the signs and symptoms of food poisoning from consuming contaminated food may begin within hours of consumption, or possibly not for days or weeks later. The sickness resulting from ... More »

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To pass a kidney stone at home, drink 2 to 3 quarts of water per day to flush out the urinary tract, advises Mayo Clinic. Take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as acetaminophen ibuprofen or naproxen sodium, to allev... More »

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