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Salicylic Acid and Eczema, Potassium and Salt and Curing Ear Pain with Home Remedy

28 Sep

Eczema & Salicylic Acid

The American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Imunocology states that eczema typically affects between ten and 20 percent of children and roughly between one and three percent of adults. Eczema is also known as atopic dermatitis and is a common childhood skin disorder. Often it disappears before adulthood but can sometimes affect adults too. Read full article here: What is Salicylic Acid and How It Can Treat Eczema Skin http://www.suite101.com/content/what-is-salicylic-acid-and-how-it-can-treat-eczema-skin-a291134#ixzz10rcgIrS7
Potassium and Salt and Our Body

Most people have too much sodium in their diet. The main source of our sodium is regular table salt. Sat contains 40 percent sodium. On the flipside, most people do not have enough potassium in their diets. Salt and potassium both have an effect on health and specifically on blood pressure. While salt can raise blood pressure, potassium lowers it. Read full article here: Salt and Potassium: Importance in Body Growth and Blood Pressure http://www.suite101.com/content/salt-and-potassium-importance-in-body-growth-and-blood-pressure-a291146#ixzz10rd0Wfwu

Using Home Remedies to Treat Ear Pain From Sinus Infection

When the nasal cavity becomes swollen and inflamed a condition called acute sinusitis occurs. Mucus is allowed to build up in the cavity and pressure builds up. This pressure can cause headaches and ear pain. Sinusitis is often caused by colds or allergies and sometimes a result of other medical conditions.

Acute sinusitis generally does not require prescribed medications and will get better on it’s own. To ease discomfort of sinusitis, many home remedies exist. Read full article here: Natural Home Remedy for Sinus Infection and Ear Pain http://www.suite101.com/content/natural-home-remedy-for-sinus-infection-and-ear-pain-a291161#ixzz10rdUE7Vl


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