Before cold and flu season hits, try these tips to prepare yourself and your family. They'll make those sick days easier - and help you take fewer of them.
The flu virus can travel 100 miles per hour and clone itself 10,000 times! How does it work its way past the body’s natural defenses and make you sick?
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it harder predict how this year’s cold and flu season will play out. Here’s what you need to know.
Do you have a cold or the flu? Take this quiz to see which is which and what you can do to ease your symptoms.
Is it just a run-of-the-mill cold, or something else, like the flu, allergies, bronchitis, sinusitis, or pneumonia? Here’s how to tell.
Will chicken soup cure your cold? Will extra vitamin C help? Here’s the real deal on treating the sniffles.
Can the flu shot make you sick? Will antibiotics make you feel better? All your burning questions about the flu answered.
Germs that cause colds and flu can live just about anywhere, especially places that you don’t think to clean often. Here are seven hotspots to disinfect.
Yes, mucus – or snot, or phlegm – is gross, but it has vital clues about your health. Learn what it might be telling you and when to see a doctor.
Coming down with a cold or the flu? Don’t let one of these common missteps get in the way of your recovery.
If you don’t know all the possible side effects, cold and flu drugs can make you feel worse. Here’s how to get the right over-the-counter meds for you.
It’s possible to catch COVID-19 and a cold or flu at the same time. Here are tips on how to feel better with a coinfection.
What are the three best ways to avoid catching the flu? And how long does flu season last?
. If you have a cold or the flu, should you go to work or school? Learn how long colds and flu last, how long you're contagious, and when to stay home.
A daytime cough is bad enough, but one at night is worse. These remedies can help you silence that cough and get some sleep.
Learn which home remedies are best when a cold or flu gives you a cough or sore throat -- and when to see a doctor.
How to sleep when you have a hacking cough and a stuffy nose? Try these tips and get the rest you need.
Does your child have the cold or flu? Know how to ease their yucky symptoms so they feel better as they recover -– and when to call their doctor.
Battling the misery of cold or flu symptoms? These 10 moves will help you find relief fast.
Sick with the flu? These simple tips will help you ease your symptoms and get you back on your feet quickly.
Exercise is vital for good health, but what about when you have a cold or the flu? Find out when to take it easy, and when it’s safe to hit the gym again.
Sniffles got you down? Here are some simple ways to soothe your stuffy nose, sore throat, and nagging cough.
Yes, you need fluids when you're sick. But which ones are best? Here's what to sip to feel better -- and what to skip until you're well.
You don't need a doctor's care for most sinus pain: Try these remedies to ease your symptoms.
Many new shots have been pointed our way since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Here’s why you still need a flu shot.
You don’t want others to feel as lousy as you did, so stop the spread of germs by sanitizing the things on this list.
*Use as Directed
How do you stay well when someone in your house is fighting the flu? The tips and tricks can help you avoid getting sick.
Germs are everywhere, but some places and things are germ hot spots. Learn how to stay healthy wherever you go.
Prepare for battle this cold and flu season with these three little weapons.
Kids spread germs like it’s their job. But these simple habits will help them – and your family – stay well and head off colds and flu.
Want to sidestep being sick? Learn some easy lifestyle changes that can rev up your immune system.
Forget the myths – what are the surest ways to keep from getting a cold or the flu? See how much you really know.