Feeling SAD? Here's What You Need to Know
When the temperature and the time change, a type of depression called seasonal affective disorder (SAD) sets in for many people. But you don't have to wait for the summer to stop feeling SAD.
How to Protect Your Hearing
How loud is too loud? It's important to know when noise can threaten your hearing. Read on to learn more about noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL).
Youth Increasingly at Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
The threat of type 2 diabetes has continued to increase for young people in recent years. But there are ways to avoid this disease.
The Flu vs. COVID-19
The season is changing, and COVID-19 is still here. And with colder weather comes another threat to public health: the flu. But how can you tell the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
COVID-19 Update: 10/26/20
The number of coronavirus cases continues to rise in the United States.
Is It a Cold or the Flu?
The common cold and flu have similar symptoms, so it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish between the two. Read on to find out how.
Halloween Eye Safety
Halloween is all about fun — complete with cool costumes, mountains of candy, haunted houses and trick-or-treating. So don't let potential eye dangers get in the way of all the Halloween thrills.
Halloween Safety During COVID-19
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many are wondering how to stay clear of COVID-19 and celebrate the holidays safely, starting with Halloween.
Hidden Drugs in 'Brain-Boosting' Supplements
A quick look at any store's supplement section will turn up plenty of supplements claiming to boost your brain power. But new research found that these supplements may contain unapproved drugs that could pose health risks.
First Treatment for COVID-19 Gets Green Light
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first-ever treatment for COVID-19.