Flu season has arrived with a vengeance. Chances are you know someone who is suffering but did you know certain foods might offer you some protection from the flu bug?
South Florida woke up to a chilly morning with a mix of fog and drizzle Tuesday. The cooler mornings will continue for the rest of the week, but will you need your sweater all day?
A previously unknown virus has appeared in both Saudi Arabia and in a traveler who recently returned from the country. The virus killed one and has left the other in intensive care in London, according to the Wall Street Journal.
If you had put away all your sweaters and jackets, you might want to unpack them for at least a few nights this week.
A nasty bug has been making its way around South Florida, making everyone miserable in its path.
Old man winter is coming back to South Florida this weekend so get ready to grab a sweater or jacket and open those windows in the house.
Keep the jackets handy. It was a very chilly start across South Florida Wednesday with some inland locations dropping down to the mid to upper 30s, while the coast hit the low 40s.
Enjoy the near 80 degree temperatures Monday because they may be gone until Sunday. Monday night, bone-chilling weather by South Florida standards, will descend on the area and last through midweek.
A new report is urging moms and dads to hold off giving their kids Tylenol or aspirin the next time they come down with a fever.
There’s still no cure for the common cold, but a new study indicates help may be on the way. The newly-released research, published in the Cochrane Library, finds that over-the-counter supplements containing zinc can reduce the severity and duration of a cold.