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Research shows that at least 200 mg per day of vitamin C, while you're sick, can help you get better sooner and reduce the severity of your symptoms.
A good rule of thumb is to assume that you’re contagious for as long as you’re experiencing symptoms, which could last for up to 14 days.
Pregnant women should get a flu shot to protect themselves and their future newborns from the influenza virus.
Contrary to popular belief, the flu shot cannot give you the flu. However, you may experience some side effects after getting vaccinated.
If you have a runny nose, it's probably caused by either a case of allergic or nonallergic rhinitis. Here's how to stop it.
I eat and write about fast food, but it's actually not that hard for me to stay fit. Here's how I take care of my body.
There’s been a spate of seemingly suspicious tourist deaths in the Dominican Republic, but vacation deaths happen more than you think. Here̵...
U.S. tourists are more likely to die abroad from traffic accidents than mysterious murders, though vacationing is still a relatively safe experience.
You might think that telling a little white lie to your doctor isn't that big of a deal, but it could impact the treatment and advice you receive.
We spoke with experts as well as frequent travelers, who have managed to stay healthy despite year-round traveling and put together a cheat-sheet.
Halitosis is an unpleasant condition that we've all experienced. But it's not just the tuna sandwich or garlic bread you ate that's to blame.