To Prevent A Cold

When it comes to colds, you know the drill. Once you have one, the best you can do is chain yourself to a box of tissues and brave the storm. In other words, prevention really is the best medicine. Here, 8 surprisingly effective ways to cut colds off before they start. Wash up Every timeRead More

If You Feel a Cold Coming on

The colder seasons are upon us, and that means so many wonderful things: falling leaves, cozy sweaters, crackling fireplaces, and the holidays. But, unfortunately, it also means flu season. When your body begins showing signs of a nasty cold, like sneezing or congestion, or a whole body flu, like chills and fatigue, you might beRead More

Supplements for Cold & Flu Season

The cold and flu aisle in your pharmacy is confusing. Here’s what to really look for. 250 to 1,000 milligrams a day for prevention during periods of intense exercise and stress and especially for treatment along with conventional cold and flu medicines. I can hear it already. You’re thinking, “I can’t believe Moyad made cheap,Read More

Washing Hands In Cold Water Works As Well As Hot

Good news for anyone planning on getting their hands dirty this summer: Washing them with cold or lukewarm water will work just as well as hot water to remove bacteria, according to a new study published in the Journal of Food Protection. In handwashing experiments with 21 volunteers, Rutgers University researchers found no significant differenceRead More