You can’t cure a cold, but you can manage it. An expert explains what home remedies can help make you more comfortable while you wait for your cold to run its course.
A sore throat can be a miserable experience. But there are home remedies that can soothe your symptoms (and some that cause more harm than good).
Intimidated but curious about neti pots? Here’s how they work and tips for using them safely.
It never fails: When the weather turns cold, a surge of sick days follows. An expert explains how changes brought about by colder weather make us more susceptible to illness.
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