Cleveland Clinic dermatologist Alexandra Zhang, MD, talks about how to keep hands looking young by preventing and treating age or liver spots, brittle nails, scaly skin and bony looking hands.
When does a nip turn into a bite? If you spend extended periods out in the cold, you need to watch for frostbite. Emergency room physician Tom Tallman talks about how you can stop frostbite before it bites you.
Don't live on a steady diet of hot chocolate. Winterizing your diet can be healthy — and tasty — if you add a few favorite cold-weather foods.
Whether sledding and romping around in the snow or just hanging around together at home, keep kids warm, healthy and safe this winter with these practical tips.
If the cold days and dark nights of winter make you want to hibernate, consider this: Being inactive can take a toll on your fitness, your weight and your mood. Get tips for all fitness levels.
Blustery wind, cold temperatures and low humidity can wreak havoc on your skin. Get tips to minimize the damage and keep your skin healthy this winter.
The stresses of cold, snowy weather may have us wishing for spring. Learn to find the best of the winter season.
Icy sidewalks. Slippery driveways. Boots that bring melting snow onto floors. These all can cause falls. And spill that gives a 20-year-old a bruised knee could send an elderly person to the hospital. Learn what puts some elderly people at more at risk than others and how to prevent falls.
How can you tell if you have more than just the winter blues? Learn the signs of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) — and what you can do about it.
You know it's cold when one step outside takes your breath away—literally. But for those with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or other lung disease, the bitter cold can mean more trouble than a quick gasp for air.