While there’s no magic “healthy pill,” there are tried-and-true ways to take your immunity superpowers up a notch.
You feel a bad cold coming on. Should you spring for an over-the-counter product? Get The Short Answer from a family medicine physician.
Small habits add up. Like starting your day with lemon water. Here are 7 reasons it can benefit your health.
Want to boost your immunity? Make sure you’re getting enough of these 3 vitamins.
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Whether you’re going by plane, train or automobile, you’re looking forward to vacation. The last thing you want to do is get sick. Roxanne Sukol, MD, a preventive medicine specialist in Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Health Program, says it’s easy to get sick when you travel but has four tips for staying healthy on the road: 1. Prepare, … Read More
A lot of great things come in pill form — life-saving therapies for deadly diseases, symptom-easing remedies for the cold and flu, and, yes, vitamins and supplements. But when it comes to the essential nutrients our bodies need to thrive, it’s hard to beat what nature provides. With that in mind, here dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick, … Read More