The latest news on common cold
Adenovirus-36 may be making kids heavier, new study suggests.
Kids exposed to adenovirus 36 were 50 pounds heavier, on average, researchers found
Sneezing, stuffy head, runny nose can all be signs of colds and allergies; how to distinguish.
Analysis more clearly establishes link between remedy, side effect.
Here's proof that most people have habits that aren't very sanitary—and sometimes plain disgusting.
McNeil's recall of pediatric medicines doesn't leave you without options. Try these alternatives.
Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay.
Many day care directors say they'd send kids home who are healthy enough to stay, a new survey finds.
Holding Alzheimer's at bay with lifestyle; tough calls on swine flu threat
Lack of fever doesn't mean lack of H1N1 infection. In fact, there's no way to tell without testing.