By: Terry Graedon December 9, 2019 12 Comments
    Should You Use Saline Gel to Prevent Nosebleeds?

    A bloody nose can be merely a nuisance or it can be a medical emergency. In most cases, people with nosebleeds find them uncomfortable, if not alarming, and would be pleased to find a way to prevent n…

    By: Terry Graedon July 1, 2019 3 Comments
    To Stop a Nosebleed, the Key Is Cold on the Neck

    We have heard from scores of people over the years about their methods for stopping nosebleeds. One favorite method sounds bizarre: dangling keys down the back of the neck. We recently got an explanat…

    By: Terry Graedon October 27, 2018 7 Comments
    How to Use Cold Keys to Stop Your Nosebleed

    Nosebleeds are common, messy and embarrassing. No one likes to drip blood all over everything. Your first reaction might be to try to stop the blood with a handful of paper tissues, but that doesn't a…

    By: Joe Graedon May 11, 2015 61 Comments
    Reader Rejects All Home Remedies as Hoaxes

    Q. I strongly disagree with your support of "home remedies." Scam treatments are provably worthless, but they are not harmless. Untold numbers of hapless victims have died through past centuries from …

    By: Terry Graedon October 30, 2012 14 Comments
    How to Stop a Nose Bleed and Treat Skin Cuts

    Learn how to stop a nose bleed and treat skin cuts in the People's Pharmacy Video with Joe and Terry Graedon. Now that it is getting colder and the heat is on, dry air can make nose bleeds more common…

    By: Joe Graedon February 16, 2004 0 Comments
    Nosebleed Remedies Defy Logic

    Nosebleeds are common, messy and embarrassing. No one likes to drip blood all over everything. Children are especially prone to nosebleeds, perhaps because they are also more likely to pick their nose…

    By: Joe Graedon April 15, 2002 0 Comments
    Secret Language Divides Doctors And Patients

    Once upon a time anyone who wanted to be a doctor had to study Latin. It was the language of learning. It also created a mystique that patients could not penetrate. It's been decades since Latin was r…