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This spring, get relief from seasonal allergies, hay fever and the common cold so you and your family can enjoy the great outdoors.
Breathe freely again by trying out these self-care steps to help clear blocked passageways and ease sinus pressure.
See how children who take vitamin D supplements during the winter months may be at lower risk for flu.
Learn more about medications the Food and Drug Administration recommends when your child comes down with a cold or the flu.
Cipro (ciprofloxacin) medication is used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. Ciprofloxacin belongs to a class of drugs called quinolone antibiotics.
From sore throats to sinus infections, learn the basics about how stay healthy and feel good during cold and flu season.
Discover new varieties of cold and flu medications that go down a lot easier.
As the weather turns cooler, take time to review this list of simple things you can do to avoid catching a cold or the flu.
Get well soon – and save. Find key products right here.
Keep coughs, sneezes and sniffles at bay by stocking up products to help you battle symptoms of winter's most unwelcome visitors.
Point yourself in the right direction and decide how to handle symptoms by following an easy-to-use chart.
Stay on top of cold and flu season by learning about products that can help you and your family stay well, relieve symptoms and recover fast.
Stock up on the following products to help alleviate symptoms or keep you from catching a cold or the flu in the first place.
Find out how eye drops can help sooth the discomfort of dry, irritated eyes and learn which drops might be the right ones for you.
Learn how the right fever reducer can help make you or your child more comfortable when the flu and other viruses push your temperature higher.
Read how the following self-care steps may be helpful in alleviating the constant, nagging cough that can accompany acute or chronic bronchitis.
Use the following self-care steps to help relieve the symptoms of sinusitis and make breathing less of a chore.
Flonase (fluticasone) is a corticosteroid that works directly on the nasal passages to reduce swelling and inflammation, and is used to relieve seasonal and year-round, allergic and non-allergic nasal symptoms.
Learn how homeopathic remedies may help gently relieve a cough that is painful or prevents good rest.
Learn how homeopathic remedies may help relieve the discomfort and coughing caused by bronchitis.
Learn which homeopathic treatments may be helpful in relieving the painful symptoms of ear infections in small children.
Learn about different homeopathic treatments that may alleviate the symptoms that often accompany the flu.
Discover homeopathic treatments to help relieve symptoms of a wide range of ailments that may strike during cold and flu season.
Find out how homeopathic remedies can help relieve the symptoms of the common cold and encourage the body’s healing response.
Ease aching muscles and joints wherever they strike — back, neck, knee, hands, feet — with hot- and cold-therapy products
Try the following self-care steps to help prevent ear infections and avoid the fever, irritability, and sleeplessness that often come with them.
If you’re getting ready to clear out some clutter, your medicine cabinet might be a good place to start.
Get advice on buying the right kind of humidifier to help ease wintertime coughs, nasal congestion and sinus irritation.
Give your immune system a supportive boost. Learn how to help shore up your first line of defense against many common illnesses and infections.
Know how to identify the difference in symptoms when you or your child starts sniffling or sneezing.
As you plan to get your annual flu shot, know who is most at risk, what types of vaccines there are and what options you may have.
Read the latest on natural remedies and medicine safety to make the best choices for your child during the cold season.
Find out how easy ways to help prevent spreading a cold or flu bug to others.
Find out how nasal sprays and nasal strips can help open up your airways and get you breathing easier again.
Learn which traditional treatments are effective ways to help you feel better when battling winter germs.
Find ways to relieve your symptoms fast with quick suggestions for the right over-the-counter medicine.
Try adding these foods to your diet to stay healthy, keep energized and fight the flu.
Take some simple precautions to decrease your child's chances of picking up a cold or flu virus at home, at school or at play.
Take a few simple self-care steps to help knock out the annoying common cold.
Avoid colds, flu and other nasty bugs this season by reducing stress, watching what you eat and getting some exercise.
As cold and flu season closes in, learn which products you'll need to help stave off colds and relieve uncomfortable symptoms.
Learn which over-the-counter and herbal medications you can try to help alleviate a nagging cough and get you feeling better.
Tamiflu (oseltamivir) is used to treat symptoms caused by the flu virus (influenza). It helps make the symptoms (e.g., stuffy nose, cough, sore throat, fever/chills, aches, tiredness) less severe and shortens recovery time by 1 to 2 days.
Flu season is still spreading in 2011. Get the answers to all your questions about flu shots here, and find out where you can get one for less.
Find out why antibiotics won't work for you if you have a cold or flu.
Use this simple guide to recognize the different types of coughs and find out how to tell a problem cough from a normal one.
Try this homemade version of expensive flu tinctures often sold in natural food stores.