For spectators enjoying the Winter Olympic Games for prolonged periods, cold weather and the loud roaring of cheers could potentially cause ear problems.
Windshield wipers are an integral part of your vehicle during inclement weather. Proper maintenance is necessary to make sure they work properly.
Frostnip can be an early sign that a more serious condition is developing.
Knowing the warning signs and practicing tsunami preparedness before the waves rise offers a greater chance for survival and continued safety in the aftermath of a sudden event.
During winter, everyday actions like handling a door knob or flipping on a light switch are more likely to result in a jolt of static electricity shock.
Choosing the correct tires in general is important, but deciding whether or not to have winter tires can be a tough decision.
Cold sore outbreaks are more likely in the winter due to triggers common during the cold season.
For Laura Kottlowski, high-alpine skating over expansive sheets of ice among breathtaking scenery is a more freeing form of the sport that ups the cool factor for her.
Windburn is the term that describes the red irritation of your skin after being outside in the cold, windy weather. It is very common after doing an outdoor activity like skiing or hiking.
If your child is younger than 2 years old, he or she could be vulnerable to a potentially deadly virus disguised as the common cold.
Harsh wintry conditions can wreak havoc on the skin, stripping it of its natural moisture and leaving it feeling parched, tight and sometimes itchy.
There are several key safety tips that skiers and snowboarders should understand before they embark into terrain prone to avalanches.
Cold, dry weather increases the likelihood of chapped lips. There are several ways to help prevent chapped lips during the winter season.
Heating your home uses more energy and costs more money than any other system in your home. There are numerous hacks for helping you to reduce the costs and save energy this winter.
December through February leave homeowners most in danger of home heating fires, the second leading cause of home fires in the United States.
Although photokeratitis can occur in other ways, such as from a welder’s torch and during a solar eclipse, the condition is common during winter.
When temperatures plummet and frigid conditions ensue, frostbite becomes a serious threat.
Studies show that heart attacks increase in December and January each year.
Hypothermia is one of the main concerns for anyone who spends extended time outside in the cold.