It's that time of year—people are sniffling and sneezing to your left and right. Are you doomed to catch a cold? Follow this guide to keep your defenses up, beat those germs, and stay out of bed this flu season.
Taking vitamins should be an essential part to your winter eating habits. Making sure you eat healthy foods that contain them is more delicious, and maybe even more effective than popping pills.
Find comfort in a warm bowl of soup. Try this flavorful recipe to help warm you on a chilly day and keep you fueled throughout the winter season.
Treat your winter cold naturally this year for a stronger immune system and a healthier season.
Stay ahead of flu season this year by boosting your immune system. Try these effective immune-boosting foods.
With cold and flu season upon us, it's time to take precautions to keep your immune systems strong. Use these tips to stay healthy all season.
Combat cold and flu season this year with these four tips.
Your immune system is crucial in maintaining your health so it's important to keep it in good order. But how do you do that? It can be a complicated task...
The search for the right tea can get confusing. Black, Green, Red, White?what happened to Earl Grey and English Breakfast? Let this be a guide to the types of tea available on the market today.
Echinacea is a popular immune-system stimulant used to prevent colds and other infections. Find out how echinacea works, why and when you should take it, and who should avoid it.
Vitamins and minerals help give you energy, fight disease and increase athletic performance. But be sure to load up your grocery cart before you rush to the supplement aisle.
Mornings can be mayhem or magical--depending on your outlook on the A.M. The way you start the morning can affect your whole day. Here's how to give your A.M. a boost.
Not all juices are created equal. Study shows citrus juices stand out as nutritional champions. 100 percent grapefruit and orange juices deliver more nutrients in fewer calories than other juices.
Bolstered by new evidence, some scientists are suggesting that poor sleep habits are as important as poor nutrition and physical inactivity in the development of illness.
Flu season is still upon us, but there's good news: Staying well can be a matter of simply watching what you eat. We've got six diet strategies to help you fend off the flu.
You're washing your hands and covering your coughs. You've had a flu shot. You're trying to escape the cold-and-flu season in one piece. What more can otherwise healthy people do to avoid getting sick?