Even as COVID-19 surges, it's wise to head outdoors for walks and recreation—but heed the precautions.
Explore these 10 tips to help safeguard your health and wellness as the snowy season approaches.
Patients with persistent, inexplicable respiratory problems often struggle to find suitable treatment.
Your odds of quitting for good will improve if you lean on therapies and others for help.
Just because the snow is falling doesn't mean you should start digging. A warm-up, the right attire and a sensible pace can keep you safe.
Breathing polluted air causes oxidative stress and inflammation, which could lead to loss of bone mass.
Cold and flu viruses compete for precious resources in your respiratory tract, making it less likely you'll develop one if you have the other.
Cuts in pollution lead to widespread improvements in human health—including fewer cases of asthma and a lower risk of heart problems.
A new vaccine for cats could one day help humans who suffer from feline allergies.
The trick: You have to commit to it at least twice a week to see results, study finds.
While the greenery is good for you, a properly ventilated home is far more effective at boosting air quality.
Researchers say greener alternatives can reduce the user's carbon footprint, delivering as much benefit as recycling or cutting out meat.