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.
Lots of snow fell this past winter, which means there's lots of water in the ground. That can set the stage for a bad allergy season.
After months of frigid weather, you might joke that you're allergic to the cold. But some people really do have an allergy to cold temperatures. Severe cases can lead to fainting, shock and even death.
When does a nip turn into a bite? If you spend extended periods out in the cold, you need to watch for frostbite. Learn how you can stop frostbite before it bites you.
In this condition, the eyes don’t produce enough tears or the right quality of tears. Combat burning and itching this winter using these 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.
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.
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.