Colds and flu may not be dangerous, but they can weaken your immune system and put you at risk of getting more serious illnesses. If you do get sick, here are some tips to get better faster.
Teaching your kids how to stay healthy during the cold winter months is important. Here are five tips to help them avoid this season's flu and cold bugs.
The signs don’t lie: you wake up with a runny nose, an irritated throat, and the deep desire to never leave your bed. It’s official: you have a cold or the flu. It thus comes as no surprise that the average adult catches two to four of them a year.
Here are some simple and effective remedies that will stop the coughing, sneezing and other symptoms that are making you miserable.
If you're under the weather, you can avoid spreading your cold in the workplace. Here's how.
Catching a cold in winter can be miserable, and it can spread easily when we're cooped up inside for months on end. Here are some tried-and-true tips on preventing a cold.
Should I exercise with a cold and sore throat or should I stay in and rest? The answer to these questions is not that simple. It all depends on your symptoms. Read on to find out what you should do.
Plugged-up nose, sore throat, cough, fever—being sick is always a bummer. What’s the best way to get rid of a cold—fast?
There is no cure for the flu but there are ways to treat and prevent this awful cold.
Achoo! Summer or winter, you chase after that cold but it just keeps coming back. Why do I get so many colds and coughs, that's what you want to know!
If you woke up this morning thinking, "I feel myself getting sick! How can I stop it?" then keep reading. Here are a few ways that could help ward off the start of a cold.
For people who want natural treatments, here are five herbs to combat respiratory infections.
The cold virus is small but mighty—it can knock you down in an instant—and leave you stuck in bed for days. Fight back the smart way with these proven tips.
Ever wonder about what causes the common cold? We'll go over the causes, the symptoms, and the best ways to defend yourself. Make this the season that you fight back against colds.
It seems we've known about the flu forever, since Hippocrates first described this illness in 412 BC. But only recently has science finally started to unlock the mysteries of influenza and develop medications that can get us back on our feet faster.
You can stop your next sinus infection before it starts by avoiding colds and flu, and by treating or preventing respiratory allergy attacks. These steps will help ease congestion and promote drainage.
There’s a good reason it's called the common cold; it’s estimated that Canadians catch one million colds each year. But with the right remedies, you can get faster relief and possibly even shorten your cold’s stay.
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