Winter can be brutal on your lips because they’re a much more delicate type of skin than the rest of your face and body. Keep your lips smooth and healthy all winter long with these tips.
Though rare, you can actually be allergic to the cold. Symptoms include an itchy rash, redness, swelling and hives that usually last less than 24 hours.
Every year, snow shoveling sends more than 11,000 people to the hospital each year. Here’s what you need to know about clearing your snow if you have heart attack risk factors.
Icicles can be fascinatingly beautiful. But they can also be a health hazard. From cuts to concussions, find out more about injuries that can happen from falling ice this time of year.
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Healthy chili? Yes. Get expert tips for building a better bowl from your base to your fixings.
Do the short, gray days of winter leave you not feeling like your perky old self? A mental health expert shares three ways to avoid seasonal depression this winter.
Setting up a humidifier can improve breathing and reduce lung problems. Learn if you need a humidifier and the five types available.
Few aspects of colder weather months can be as irritating as dry winter air. From fly-away hair to scaly skin, the cold winter air can wreak havoc on your body’s appearance. But did you know that dry winter air also can make you vulnerable to illness?
These aren’t your basic chicken noodle soups. Interesting grains like farro and barley meet colorful spices like turmeric and tons of fresh veggies to make nutritious, filling meals.
It’s a cold, icy world out there — and the snow just keeps falling. Don’t let falls, injuries or winter-related accidents slow you down as you navigate your world. Watch this video for seven winter walking safety tips.