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Is your medicine cabinet a -- of over the counter meant outdated creams and medication -- -- you haven't touched -- months.
Doctor Michael -- says when it comes to these cabinets and keep it simple.
The medicine cabinets at home can.
Probably be stuck with the essentials that you -- need.
Sort of argue over until you could see -- physician so bandages.
And -- our addiction medication for fevers.
-- medications like that and knowing want to use and when can be confusing.
Just because his -- at the pharmacy doesn't mean it's harmless the Wall Street Journal recently published a quiz to help test your home remedy knowledge.
And we took it to the streets so if you have a headache you should take Advil Tylenol or -- I would take aspirin -- -- all three of those work at bill which is Ibuprofen Motrin.
That's very effective it has usually -- longer half life so it -- for a little bit.
Longer than the Tylenol the acetaminophen.
To clean cut or scrape this in this to use hydrogen peroxide.
Rubbing alcohol either or both.
I think I didn't -- -- I would use soap and what it was that that's the best way to -- Completely cut those others -- a little bit -- personally alcohol and painful.
And they're abrasive -- that issues so that they can -- Or prevent the healing process of the -- and then cover that -- out.
Doctor Katz's estimate of letting it dry out could allow bacteria to enter the -- -- or backward sprained ankle which makes the most sense heat ice G -- order prescription pain.
-- -- any time you injure yourself.
You should always put on ice.
That's -- the first 48 hours because when you injure yourself you get blood supply he goes there and get swollen.
After that if it's a muscle.
Then you can go with him.
-- look at some reminds us to always check the expiration -- of medications.
Weather's over the counter or prescription.
Drugs can break down over time and can actually be harmful to your system.
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