Chicken soup is the ultimate comfort food and many people swear that it also has healing qualities. Since it’s flu season in Maine, let’s make some chicken soup or if you’re at my house, you’ll get chicken lemon soup. Good for what ails you.
Hypothermia: When the core body temperature is below 95 °F. It happens if the body loses heat faster than it can be produced. Read these important tips.
You may think your pets aren’t bothered by the cold, but there are some subtle signs you shouldn’t ignore. Learn how to keep them safe in freezing weather.
If you go for a run when you’re sick will you get worse? What about exercise class? Or lifting weights? Read more to find out what’s ok, what’s not.
With spring comes allergies for some people. Allergy symptoms are often similar to cold symptoms. How can you tell the difference? Catching Health has the answer.
When you are surrounded by people who are coughing and sneezing, how can you protect yourself? Some tips and what to do if you still come down with a cold.
If you’re lucky, whether you have a cold or the flu, you’ll recover with no problems. Sometimes, though, the flu can cause serious complications
Bitterly cold — that’s what the weather report says — danger of frostbite. Catching Health shares some frostbite dos and don’ts.
Cathy Wells, who lives in Kansas, may have saved a man’s life this past week. As she pulled into the parking lot at her office early one morning she noticed what she thought was a bag of trash on the ground. When she got a closer look, to her horror, she saw that it wasn’t […]
I recently asked several people if they had ever heard of chilblains and everyone said no. I remember coming across the word a long time ago, in a book about England in the nineteenth century. Chilblains were common because England has a cold, damp climate and back then no one had central heating. I thought […]