A fever of 101 degrees or higher is commonly associated with the flu. It’s uncomfortable, but it’s actually part of the body’s immune response. Fluids and anti-inflammatory medicines can help you stay comfortable.
Walking pneumonia, pneumonia’s milder cousin, is an infection that often spreads in schools, colleges and nursing homes. Understand how it differs from regular pneumonia.
Cold weather and asthma often don’t play nice together. A pulmonologist offers up simple ways to protect yourself if your asthma is worse in winter.
When the arctic winds blow, your health can suffer. We asked six of our experts about winter’s biggest challenges. Learn how to thrive (and not just survive) in the cold months.
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