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Is It a Cold or the Flu?
It’s the age-old question of — sleep it out, or sweat it out? Which is the best for your body to heal?
Can you get the flu after you’ve already had the flu? Is it too late to get your shot? We’ve tapped experts to answer these questions — and more.
The foods and supplements to load up on before, during, and even after a cold or flu.
Some people believe in sweating out the sickness — but is it safe?
With these simple strategies you can increase your chances of staying healthy during cold and flu season.
When you’re ill, it’s understandable to want to shorten your misery by taking an antibiotic. Here’s why that’s not always such a good idea.
As many as 200 different viruses can cause colds, so no one drug exists to cure one. Taking antibiotics will neither prevent sinus infections nor improve cold symptoms. Here’s what to do instead.
There are Dos and Dont’s when it comes to treating the common cold. Do you know how to most effectively get through the sneezing?
Do chicken soup and Vitamin C really work against colds? Can being cold cause you to catch a cold? Think you know the facts about cold and flu? Take this quiz and find out!