When the pandemic descended, we all tried our best to fend off COVID-19 by adopting precautions like masking, increased hand-washing and we mostly kept the common cold at bay, too. Now, though, colds and other sniffles are on the rise again.
What should you eat when you don’t feel well? A dietitian explains what you should focus on and gives solid advice for what to reach for.
Though both COVID-19 and the flu can both make you feel lousy, they’re different illnesses caused by different viruses. Here’s a look at some of their key similarities and differences.
Winter can bring lots of family fun — whether this involves sledding and romping around in the snow or just hanging around together at home. Here are a few ideas for parents to keep their kids warm, healthy and safe during winter.
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If you have asthma, even if it’s mild, you’re more likely to have serious flu complications. Learn how to protect yourself and stay healthy.
Wondering what you should keep in your medicine cabinet to prepare for cold and flu season? A family medicine doctor gives us the rundown of essential medication and equipment to have on hand.
While nasal congestion can be easily treated with an over-the-counter nasal spray, using the spray is not as simple as it might seem.
An infectious disease specialist discusses what you should know about influenza antiviral medications and how they can help you kick the flu faster.
Eating the right foods helps your immune system fight off illness. Learn which foods to eat and avoid so you can stay healthy — or bounce back when you get sick.
If you have any form of diabetes, even if it’s well-controlled, it is strongly recommend you get the flu vaccine. Here’s why.