Last week, we talked about nutrition when you have a cold or other respiratory virus. But what about treatments? How well do over-the-counter medicines work, especially when it comes to relieving stuffiness and congestion?
With the many respiratory viruses going around, I’m reminded of an old adage: Feed a cold and starve a fever. Does this time-worn advice hold true?
I recently returned from Minnesota, where the mercury dipped into the single digits, and winds made it feel even chillier. Can it be too frigid to exercise, or did I just find a convenient excuse?
Can exercise — and especially long and intense sessions — compromise our immune systems?
I spent the better part of last week at home with what I would describe as prototypical Covid symptoms, yet each time I tested, I came back negative. What gives?
The other day, even with gloves, my fingers were so cold and numb that I had trouble unlocking my door. Is this something I need to worry about?