Cold and snowy weather make you sleepy? Research shows that's not uncommon.
They might share many of the same symptoms, but the cold and the flu really are two very different things, starting with what causes them. Trace explains what you can and can't do when either of them comes calling your name.
Hundreds of children in the United States are being hospitalized for with a serious respiratory illness known as Enterovirus D68. Continue reading →
The body burns energy to keep you warm through a process called "temperature training," and Trace is here to tell you how getting use to the cold will help you burn away those unwanted calories.
Washing hands and taking zinc may be the best ways to avoid getting the common cold, and over-the-counter pain relievers are the recommended treatments to alleviate the symptoms.
On a cold, crisp day, there are fewer smells to be smelled and our noses become less sensitive to smells.
Exposure to cold and consumption of chemicals found in chili peppers both appear to increase the number and activity of so-called brown fat cells.
The amount of mucus you get when you're sick can be frightening, but it's purpose is to help. Here's a look at how it works.