Data from the ESHA nutrition database were used to create a “Cold-Fighting Index” that factors in the amount of vitamin C, vitamin D, and zinc in every food in the database.
Doctors and health professionals are teaming up to urge parents to avoid antibiotics as treatment for the common cold.
WASHINGTON — It sure seems as though people get more colds in cold weather. But then again, many people say that since the common cold is a virus, outdoor temperature doesn’t matter. It turns out,…
\’Tis the season for the sniffles. Seems like everybody is
coming down with a cold — or worse.
Colds and flu often spread like wildfire in the workplace, and one big reason is that too many people who are sick just won\’t stay home.
Colds are highly contagious and account for about 40 percent of time lost from work in the U.S., according to the National Institutes of Health.
Read this before you pop that vitamin C.