Vitamin C has long been hailed for its immune-boosting properties. Learn what this nutrient does for your body and whether it can keep you from getting sick.
If you think you have the flu, what can you do to recover quickly? Here are some proven ways to alleviate symptoms and get back to feeling better.
An expert explains the best ways to prevent getting C. diff after using antibiotics.
Getting an annual flu shot is a safe and effective way to avoid the illness. Still, many people avoid the actual vaccine. We look at six common excuses and why they’re not viable.
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An Ob/Gyn explains why getting your flu shot is not only safe, but also so very important if you’re pregnant.
Echinacea has a reputation as a cold fighter and immune booster, but studies show that the plant may not be an effective remedy.
Food poisoning and the stomach flu share multiple symptoms, although the ailments have different causes and durations. Here’s how to tell the difference between the two.
With the COVID-19 pandemic again overlapping with flu season, our experts explain why it’s essential to get the flu vaccine.
Nasal sprays are medication — and like any medication, if you take them wrong, you won’t get their full benefits. Here’s how to use them properly for maximum benefit.
It’s coming: pumpkin spice everything … and flu season. Did you know that you can spread the flu to others a day before you even feel sick, and for several days after? Here’s what else you should know about flu contagion.