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Fever? Runny nose? Itchy eyes? Feeling ill but not sure what it is you have? Check out our symptom guide to learn more.
How to keep in contact with friends and loved ones when it's necessary to limit our physical nearness because of coronavirus.
UH Rainbow pediatric infectious disease specialist Amy Edwards, MD, explains why the U.S. Centers for Disease Control now recommends wearing a cloth face mask.
Is it cold season or flu season? Truth is, it's both. And the confusion between these two illnesses doesn't end there. Learn about the differences in symptoms and why you need a different flu vaccine every year.
So many of us want to change our habits to get healthier. Will we achieve our goals? Some people will, some won't. Here's how you can tell which group you'll fall into.
Children catch as many as six to eight colds per year. But before you reach for the over-the counter cold medicines, learn about their potential risks.
It’s that time of year again – drippy noses, watery eyes, congestion, coughing and sneezing due to fall seasonal allergies. Learn why ragweed pollen is so annoying to allergy sufferers and what you can do about it.
You can eliminate your -- or your children's -- risk for six types of cancer with the safe and proven vaccine that prevents the human papillomavirus (HPV). Learn move about the HPV vaccine.