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Sore throat is caused by inflammation due to a cold or other virus. It can be annoying as it starts with itchy and scratchy feeling in the throat that leads to cough.
Though there many medicated lozenge to treat throat infection, but they are loaded with sugars and other preservatives. So, one should opt fro natural lozenges instead of medicated one.

Here are some natural lozenges that help treat sore throat:
► Mulethi
► Cloves
► Ginger
► Garlic
 

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Are you suffering from swollen fingers and toes? Well, they are the most common problem people face during winter season. Also known as ‘ chilblain’, it is basically the irritation and puffiness on the skin caused due to cold temperature. Though there are medicine available to treat the problem, but one can also try natural remedies to get relief from the pain.

Here are some home remedies for swollen fingers and toes:
► Potato ► Oatmeal Porridge ► Marigold ► Onion ► Warm water and salt ► Black pepper  

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Kidney stones, also known as renal lithiasis or nephrolithiasis, are small, hard mineral deposits that form inside the kidneys. Kidney stones affect all ages and both sexes, although older people are more likely to have stones than younger ones.
While the leading cause of kidney stones is lack of water, high sodium intake, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, urinary tract infection can increase the risk. A family history can also increase the risks of developing kidney stones.

Four major types of kidney stones can form: Calcium stones, uric acid stones, struvite stones and cystine stones.
Symptoms of kidney stones may include- 

► Severe pain in the groin and lower abdomen
► Severe pain in the side and back, below the ribs
► Pain accompanied by nausea and vomiting
► Feeling restless and unable to lie still
► Pain or burning sensation during urination
► Blood in urine
► A urine that smells bad or looks cloudy
► Difficulty passing urine
► Fever and chills if there is an infection
► Persistent urge to urinate
You should call or see a doctor if you have any of the above symptoms.
 

Published in Health&Fitness E