You might be better off enjoying a bowl of brothy soup than taking flu medications.
When your nose won’t stop leaking, you can barely hear Netflix over your incessant coughing, and a trip outside the house seems like a death sentence, there’s only one way to cure the plague: Food. A plethora of ingredients are proven to help you feel better—perhaps better than any over-the-counter cold reliever—and soup is indeed medically proven to make you feel better when winter sickness makes everything feel bleak.
Since cold and flu season is finally here, people have to start preparing for runny noses, hacking coughs, and muscle aches. However, many are wondering if it is best to continue on the same exercise schedule or hold off until the s...
SI Eats’ Luis Miguel Echegaray is joined by Chris Scott and Adrienne Cheatham from this season of Top Chef, showing us how to think outside the box and make some alternative dishes for your Super Bowl party.
Every year, millions of people get sick from the flu. The virus causes symptoms such as fever, body aches, sore throat, runny nose and cough. Mayo Clinic experts say the best way to protect yourself from contracting the flu is to ge...
What's the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words "swine flu"? Pigs, right? Sick pigs. Sick pigs that might make you sick too. Well, swine flu really has very little to do with pigs, a