With July 4th just around the corner, summer's really starting to heat up for a lot of us. If you plan on spending a lot of time outside this weekend, it's good to keep an eye out for heat-related illness.
File this one under DIY medical care. Whether you lack medical insurance, spend time out doors far from medical care, or don't want to fork over cash for minor medical procedures, it makes sense to learn how to care for yourself and save a trip to...
When I ask people what they'd like to do for their own happiness projects, they often say something like, "Exercise more regularly." Exercise is very important for health and mood, and everyone knows this–-and yet it's often tough for people to...
If you've got a blocked nose and want a little relief, you might find some with an ice cube. We've mentioned before that a little pressure on the roof of your mouth can do the trick, but redditor rsharvey suggests an ice cube will do one better.
Nobody likes getting cut up and dealing with a potential scar. While you'll find countless supposed remedies out there to avoid scars, The Wall Street Journal takes a look at which of these treatments really work.
Great discussions are par for the course here on Lifehacker. Each day, we highlight a discussion that is particularly helpful or insightful, along with other great discussions and reader questions you may have missed.
Whether it's that pulsating pain of a migraine, or the vice-like grip of sinus congestion, nobody likes a headache. Headaches (and their causes) are all different. With that in mind, here are the causes and treatments for the most common headaches.
When backpacking, it's important that every little object you bring be functional and lightweight. Rather than bringing a whole bottle of anitbiotic ointment, you can make your own using a straw, needle-nose pliers, and a lighter.
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