Is Vitamin 'D' The New 'C' When It Comes To Colds? Not Really, But ...A new study has many people stocking up on Vitamin D to help prevent cold and flu. But the research isn't exactly perfect, yet there are a number of other great reasons you may want to have Vitamin D on your supplement list.
Hurt Your Back? Don't Take 2 Aspirin, And Don't Call Me In The MorningHurt your back? Give it time, not medication. Or so says the newest guidelines for the treatment of an angry spine.
Please Stop Chewing Like A Cow! I Suffer From Misophonia, And So Do Millions Of OthersDoes the sight of a pile of chips send shivers up your spine? Or make you want to run for earplugs? You may have misophonia: a hypersensitivity to the noises of people who chomp gum or crunch their chips.
Sleep Problems? Go Outside And Pitch A TentMany of us feel like we live life in a perpetual state of jet lag, even if we haven't been traveling. The problem may be our body clocks malfunctioning because of lifestyle. But new research may have some solutions to repair this chronic condition of "life lag."
5 Fever Fallacies - For Kids, And Grown-Ups TooMany of the bugs going around are causing a spike in temperature, and that's enough to give the jitters to even the most confident of parents. Here are five myths about fever that can help you stay cool when the numbers get hot.
7 Surefire Tips For Sticking With Exercise - At Least One Should Work For YouA lot of people hit the New Year with a running start, but have already hit the exercise wall. Here are seven tips that can help keep you moving all year, no matter your age, shape, or size.
When Should You Keep Your Sick Child Home From School?It's a common dilemma for parents: when is my child too sick to be in school? Here are a few simple guidelines.
Coughing? How About A Scientifically Proven Best Remedy: HoneyWith cold and flu season at full speed, it's a perfect time for a natural remedy that can ease your symptoms without the side effects of medication.
Say Hello To The Flu In ColoradoFever, chills, aches, and cough? There's a good chance it could be influenza, which has hit Colorado within the past week or so, and expected to increase in the time to come.
Ask Yourself: Is It Safe To Have A Drink For New Year's If You're On Medication?It's the Number One night of the year for alcohol. And if you're on medication, having a drink could lead to big trouble, and get your 2017 off to a rotten start.

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