Having a fever is one of the key symptoms to tell the difference between a cold or allergies and something more serious.
You shouldn’t take your voice for granted. Here are 10 tips for protecting and preserving it.
Should you really feed a cold and starve a fever? Our wellness expert explains what to eat when you’re feeling under the weather.
Not sure whether you’ve got a really bad cold or the flu? Discover when to call the doctor, when to head to the ER, and when to seek care online.
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For many hallowed home remedies, there’s no scientific research to prove they do anything more than distract your mind from how you’re feeling.
Your child should never leave the house without a hat in bitterly cold weather. Children, especially younger children, can lose a third of their body heat through their heads when they’re outside, so make sure they are properly dressed.
Searching shelves for cold and flu products is the last thing you need to do when you’re sick. Follow three steps to quickly find the right over-the-counter product for your symptoms and learn which ones won’t help.
Nasal mucus alone isn’t typically used to diagnose disease, but it can be a helpful tool to determine what’s happening in your nasal passages. Here’s a quick look at just a few of the things the various possible shades of snot might mean for your health.
From the common cold to bronchitis, find out how long it should last and when to see the doctor.
There are more than 1 million house fires in the United States each year and more than 3,000 people will die each year as a result of fires. But the cause of death in a fire usually is not from being burned — more often than not, deaths in house fires are a result of smoke inhalation.