Finally, a Reason to Shove Pork Up Your Nose

In this season of cold weather and dry air, nosebleeds are not uncommon. Most of the time you can stop them simply by applying a little pressure to your nose, but in case you can't, here's an excellent-sounding new remedy: cured pork. Yes, apparently a new study has found that a method known as "nasal packing with… » 1/24/12 10:20am 1/24/12 10:20am

Where Garlic Has Never Gone Before: Or, How Not To Cure A Yeast…

I love garlic. I love it roasted and spread on bread; blended into rich aioli; mixed with sauces and seasoning braises and stews. But you know what combo I don't like? Garlic and vagina. Here's the deal.When one gets yeast infections easily - at the first whiff of an antibiotic or the slightest weakening of the… » 11/13/08 2:20pm 11/13/08 2:20pm