With most schools closed indefinitely and new government guidelines changing up our normal routines and limiting how we interact with each other, society as a whole is coming to terms with some unusual new realities.
Colds may be called common, but when you have one, it’s hardly business as usual. While colds aren’t usually dangerous, they can make even the toughest customer totally miserable. This month we’re taking a look
Whether it’s an old wives’ tale passed on from generation to generation or a viral rumor taking social media by storm, we’ve all fallen victim to common winter health myths at one point in time.
October is here, which means flu season is just around the corner and here to stay for at least the next six months. That said, unless you’re one of a very small group of people
Breastfeeding advocates claim that breast is best, but for some new moms, things aren’t quite that simple. Using a breast pump to express milk is a part of the newborn feeding equation women may not
Fever is one of the most common symptoms managed by pediatricians and other health care providers. It’s also a frequent cause of parental anxiety. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) estimates that as many
When you’re feeling sick, sometimes you’ll do anything to feel better, especially when you have a special event or big meeting coming up. Some people turn to high-dose vitamin C tablets and some turn to
Every year around Christmastime, like clockwork, it happens. Instead of being flooded with holiday cheer, you’re flooded with sneezing, a runny nose and red, itchy, watery eyes. It’s almost as if you’re allergic to Christmas,
It never fails. After making your way through airport security, through the sea of fellow holiday travelers to your gate, and then to your seat on the plane that will carry you home to family,