Babies have their mother’s immunity for six months after birth. Follow these easy steps to help your child build a stronger immune system for life.
Garlic. Roasted in olive oil, it can melt in your mouth like butter, while chopped and raw, it can taste pungent and sharp. Our expert shares six ways that garlic boosts your health.
What vitamins and minerals do you need for a healthy immune system? Find out our top eight picks.
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.
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Qigong is rooted in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) principles which state that qi, or energy, is present in everyone’s body. Learn more about the benefits of this ancient practice.
Whether your kid is going back to school in person or virtually this year, it’s time to charge up their immune system.
This vitamin has long been hailed for its immune-boosting properties. Learn what vitamin C does in the body and why it’s important for your little one.
Why is tanning so bad for you? Our expert explains the very real dangers.
Tough times don’t mean that you have to be serious or sad all day, every day. Learn how laughing can help you cope with difficult moments.
Despite the rumors on social media, there’s no scientific evidence to suggest that temporarily stepping up your cleaning game is dangerous to your immune health.