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'Feed A Cold, Starve A Fever'? Here's What Science Says
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Fevers can be caused by both bacteria and viruses -- so the adage "Feed a cold, starve a fever" is an oversimplification.
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Sorry, Your Vitamin C Megadose Is Basically Useless
Maybe just wash your hands more?
Feed a Cold...
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You're supposed to starve a fever...right?
8 Cold Remedies That Really Work, According To Science
Drinking A Little Whiskey Might Actually Help Relieve Cold Symptoms
"Whisky is liquid sunshine.” -- George Bernard Shaw
Household Cleaning Tips for Cold and Flu Season
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Washing your hands and stocking up on orange juice are great starting points, but there's more you can do at home to decrease your chances of falling ill. Take these steps to keep yourself and your family in good health.
Mom Was Right. Chicken Soup Really Is 'Jewish Penicillin' For Your Cold.
She's always right, huh?
How Effective Is Your Cold Remedy?
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The Back to School Guide for Parents
Tasneem Bhatia, M.D.
Dr. Taz MD, Creator of Superwomen, Power Kids and Healthy Fami...
We all get lots of back to school information -- reading lists, supply lists and names of new classmates -- but I realized that most parents don't get a guide to help them prep for the weeks leading
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Lizard Soup And 7 Other Cold Remedies From Around The World
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These'll give you a new lease on life and a renewed sense of appreciation for geckos.
You Don't Look So Good: The Sociology of Being Sick
If they can put a man on the moon, why can't they cure the common cold? If a runny nose caused erectile dysfunction, I bet they'd have a dozen cold remedies by now.
Coming to Public Transportation Near You: The Flu
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It turns out that scientists know just how easy it is for wayward germs to find a path into your nasal passages in confined spaces like planes, trains and busses.
Did the Cold Cause My Cold?
Manoj Jain, MD MPH
Physician and Writer
As an infectious disease doctor, I felt a little embarrassed that I didn't know the definitive answer to this simple question. Especially since I repeatedly rebuke my teenage children for not taking a jacket to school or wearing socks and a sweater at home.
Cold Prevention And Treatment: What Really Works?
Amanda L. Chan
How to Get Over a Cold in Record Time
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If you've got a cold or are scared you might catch one, here are a few ways that you can get over it in record time.
7 Things You Don't Know About Colds
WATCH: Do At-Home Cold Remedies Really Work?
Finally A Home Remedy For Colds That Sounds Delicious
Oh, what's that you said? We can drink this with whiskey?
10 Soups to Cure a Cold
Go beyond chicken noodle. These soups are just what the doctor ordered.
5 Ways To Fight Congestion
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I Guess I'm Sick
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I am the kind of smug person who never gets sick, which is making the fact that I'm sick right now not only uncomfortable but also baffling. What happened to my superior immune system? My ability to stare down the common cold? My talent for evading influenza?
Recipes and Remedies to Tame a Spring Cold
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What foods and drinks do you turn to when combating a cold? Here are some time-tested cold remedies and personal picks for health-promoting foods.
Does Cold Medicine Work on Kids?
Howard J. Bennett, M.D.
Pediatrician, Author, Clinical Professor, George Washington Un...
Research has repeatedly shown that cold medicines don't work for children younger than 6, and they provide only a negligible benefit for those 6 to 12.
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