Humidifiers improve indoor air quality, reducing lung and nose discomfort and alleviating asthma and allergies.
Most people with chronic asthma experience asthma symptoms when they exercise. But many people who never experience asthma symptoms also can experience the same chest-tightening and shortness of breath when they work out – especially in cold weather.
As if the snow and cold have not been enough to deal with this winter, another danger now hangs over our heads: the large icicles that have formed on many homes and buildings. Find out what to do if you're hit by falling ice.
Winter can be a brutal time of the year for your lips. The cold air, the chilling wind and dry, heated air inside all conspire to make your smoocher dry and tight. Here are six tips to keep your lips lovely all winter long.
When bitterly cold temperatures hit, you have to be careful not to stay out in the frigid air for too long. A cold weather emergency can happen relatively quickly, especially with children.
The driveway is piling up with snow. You bundle up and get to work, trying to dig it out as fast as you can to get back in the warm house. Find out why doctors advise against shoveling for many of us.
Winter is here and it’s important to be prepared for the elements. Family Medicine doctor Michael Rabovsky, MD, shares some helpful tips that will keep you healthy and safe through the snow and ice and cold this season
Winter can be tough on your hair. But shiny, healthy-looking locks are within reach regardless of the season – it just takes a little extra effort and some tender loving care.
If you’re an athlete with asthma, you don't have to hold back. With proper medication and conditioning, you can participate fully in sports.