This winter, use these tips to help prevent injury, reduce exposure to colds and flu, and avoid making your allergies and asthma worse.
Heart Attack Snow: 6 Tips to Prevent a Heart Attack
Heavy, wet snow is often called “heart attack snow,” because the great effort required to move it can increase your risk of having a heart attack. Read more.
Tips for Animal Allergies in the Winter
The level of animal dander rises in the home during the winter because pets spend more time inside. Learn more.
10 Winter Tips for Eczema
Keep your skin hydrated and reduce the effects of winter on your skin with these tips. Read more.
Tips for Flu Season
Influenza is often contagious before a person has symptoms. Read more.
Tips for Safe Winter Walking
Follow these simple hints to reduce the risk of falling and to help you safely maneuver on the snow and ice.
10 Steps to Minimize Indoor Allergen Exposure
A home can actually contribute to sickness due to winter allergens. Learn more.
Tips for Preventing a Cold
There are a number of ways to prevent the spread of colds. Learn more.
Tips for Preventing Exercise-Induced Asthma
Take time to warm up before enjoying your winter activities. Learn more.