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For your headache, have a cup of joe says Prevention Magazine, which published its list of surprising foods that fight pain. Prevention says caffeinated drinks will constrict blood vessels and ease that pounding pain. For more serious migraines, try magnesium-rich pumpkin seeds that help calm overactive nerves and tense muscles. Photo credit WTOP
For your headache, have a cup of joe says Prevention Magazine, which published its list of surprising foods that fight pain.

Prevention says caffeinated drinks will constrict blood vessels and ease that pounding pain. For more serious migraines, try magnesium-rich pumpkin seeds that help calm overactive nerves and tense muscles.
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Eating 20 tart cherries may be as effective as taking an ibuprofen. According to Prevention, cherries naturally reduce inflammation in your body. Also, the spice turmeric contains a compound that eases pain for people with osteoarthritis. Photo credit Thinkstock
Eating 20 tart cherries may be as effective as taking an ibuprofen. According to Prevention, cherries naturally reduce inflammation in your body. Also, the spice turmeric contains a compound that eases pain for people with osteoarthritis.
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For sore muscles, try ginger. Those who had some in their tea felt less sore after a workout. Photo credit Thinkstock
For sore muscles, try ginger. Those who had some in their tea felt less sore after a workout.
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For an upset stomach, give peppermint or coconut a try - but not together. But both have been proven to calm cramping and upset stomachs. Photo credit Thinkstock
For an upset stomach, give peppermint or coconut a try - but not together. But both have been proven to calm cramping and upset stomachs.
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Prevention.com says try eating beans to quell your acid reflux. High fiber foods will move food out of your system faster and prevent the problem.
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Pop a few almonds when youre craving chocolate. A recent study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found women with the highest levels of riboflavin, found in nuts, were more than a third less likely to feel the symptoms of PMS. Photo credit Thinkstock
Pop a few almonds when you're craving chocolate. A recent study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found women with the highest levels of riboflavin, found in nuts, were more than a third less likely to feel the symptoms of PMS.
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