Post by Wendy Robinson. The kids are back in school, the air is getting crisp, and -- if your family is like my family -- it's time to start buying tissues and cold medicine in bulk. Yep, cold and flu season is here. Sure, there are tons of cold medicines on the market — and natural remedies that medical experts say can really work. But what about those things that people do to prevent or shorten a cold that they swear work every time?
I talked to some women who were happy to share their families' cold-fighting secrets.
This article is by staff writer Lisa Aberle. Though our family has already had one sneak peek, cold and flu season is about ready to really get started. Because I would like avoid as many sick visits to the doctor as I possibly can,...
The cold & flu season has hit me pretty hard this year, and we’re not even into winter yet. My family has gone through more boxes of tissues in the past six weeks than the average elementary school classroom does in a year. As soon ...
(University of Michigan Health System) One in four students from lower-income families did not participate in a single sport, club or art program last school year, a new national poll shows.
With cold and flu season in full swing, digital thermometers are a convenience for many families, but an internal medicine physician in the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine says they are not for everyone.