In order to keep cold and flu at bay, all you need are these four ingredients - ginger, lemon, honey and mint.
According to a study done by University of Helsinki in Finland, taking larger doses of Vitamin C may significantly help in reducing the duration of the viral infection.
As we enter cold and flu season, let's dig into some modern myths about the common cold.
Eating Vitamin D supplements helps protect against cold and flu, along with tackling high levels of Vitamin D deficiency, according to the study conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital
Google Flu Trends (GFT) is very good at showing where in the US people are searching for information on flu and flu-like symptoms.
Nobody enjoys the irritation and frustration that comes with nose congestion. The trouble in breathing, chronic headaches, nose dripping incessantly and those mucus ridden handkerchiefs - stuffy nose might not be one of the serious ...
Did you know your diet may also have a role in aggravating your condition? If you haven't known this already, we can tell you about some foods that can potentially contribute to excessive cold and ...
You may have known about the many health benefits of bananas that are a great source of fiber and good carbs but a new research suggests that this wonder fruit can help fight common cold ...
Consumption of flavonoids can significantly reduce the risk of catching cough and cold.
The damp weather makes children susceptible to many diseases which are commonly associated with the monsoon season like cold and flu, throat infections and stomach problems.