People walk through the snow during a winter storm in lower Manhattan on Jan. 2, 2014. (credit: Getty Images)

Are You Believing Some Cold Weather Myths?

A lot of advice you’ve gotten from people like your mom is a myth.


Onions, garlic, ginger and honey are among the foods believed to have anti-microbial effects. (Credit: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images,, MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images, Stock Photo/Clip Art)

Seen At 11: Eating The Right Foods Could Protect You Against Getting Sick

New evidence was released Tuesday on how bad the flu season has gotten already, but you don’t have to get sick. Some of the best weapons to fight colds and the flu might be in your very own kitchen.



HealthWatch: Overcoming Summer Colds

NEW YORK (CBS) ― Having a cold in the heat of summer is miserable. A fever can make the hot, humid air feel even more stifling, and chilly air-conditioned buildings can leave your head pounding. […]