People with asthma cannot lower their risk of developing a cold by taking vitamin D supplements, a study reported.
Staying at other people's homes can increase certain health risks.
As the change in weather takes place, viral cough and cold become common ailments that kids suffer from. Here are some remedies to treat the ailment and boost kid's immunity:
The CDC reported that the weather can be linked to at least 2,000 deaths per year in the United States.
Colder temperatures during bedtime can help boost metabolic activity, a new study reported.
Unusually warm western Pacific waters might be a reason of the bone-chilling winter in parts of the United States earlier this year, according to a new study.
A new survey found that one-in-four Americans go to work sick.
Whenever a volcano erupts, prior to it the molten rock called magma moves around underneath the surface. According to a recent research, the liquid magma has been found to be very rare limiting the chances of frequent eruptions.
Shivering may provide the same benefits as exercise, according to a new study.
Exposing yourself to the cold may be an easy way to lose weight, according to a new study.
A study conducted in New Zealand found that a large amount of children get hospitalized due to poor housing conditions.
Researchers found in rat models that colder temperatures appeared to promote cancer growth.
The CDC reports that the warning labels on children's cough and cold medications helped reduce the number of emergency department visits in toddlers under three.
Growing up poor may make people more susceptible to catching colds, according to new research.
In a new study, researcher Nevil Pierse found that cooler temperatures in bedrooms could lead to poorer lung function in children.