Beat the double-whammy of winter once and for all.
When temperatures plummet, children and older adults are among those at increased risk of hypothermia.
Study finds humid and windy days may indeed exacerbate symptoms of arthritis, fibromyalgia and other types of pain.
Your go-to tool in a hot spell might do more harm than good.
Some simple steps can protect your peepers from the painful itching and dryness brought on by winter conditions.
A natural environment is healthier and it can up the physical challenge with uneven terrain and changing surfaces.
No matter what Old Man Winter throws at you, a few smart precautions will ensure your little ones stay warm when you take them out and about.
Sports medicine expert also recommends keeping a change of clothes on hand to replace the cold and wet ones.
Follow these Red Cross tips to reach your destination safely in winter weather.
The weather outside may be delightful or frightful, depending on your point of view. Either way, we need to cope with dry skin and other issues.
Study: El Nino and La Nina patterns create environments that may boost the spread of Lyme disease and intestinal infections.
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