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Health experts across the country are warning folks about the link between shoveling snow and deaths from heart attacks.
There’s a reason why the common cold seems to hit hardest during the winter months.
Getting to work before daylight arrives and leaving after the sun sets can have seriously negative effects on our mental well-being.
Changing seasons can trigger depressive symptoms in some people. Here’s what one woman did to chase the clouds away.
Keep your sunny outlook no matter what the weather.
People living with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can take steps to help themselves, says psychologist Elizabeth Waterman, PsyD.
As the winter winds blow and the temperature drops, more folks stateside should take advantage of flu vaccinations, according to a statement f...
Seasonal eating isn’t just for summer.
As the temperature plummets, coats, scarves and gloves help you bundle up. But how do you protect your hair?
Black hair is more fragile than other ethnic groups’ tresses and prone to more breakage and dryness, especially during the winter season.
Nurture those precious strands on their heads, but also teach kids that hair does not measure a human being’s value.
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