There are easy ways to avoid dryness and irritation when colder weather arrives.
Scientists and educators are searching for ways to improve air quality in the nation’s often dilapidated school buildings.
As climate change sends summer temperatures soaring, older people are increasingly vulnerable to heat-related illnesses in places like Phoenix.
If you’re over 65, it’s important to take high temperatures seriously.
Experts offer tips to protect against common health hazards as temperatures plummet.
Here are a few ways to protect yourself from the elements, oncoming traffic and other threats that ramp up in the fall and winter months.
Extreme heat can influence mood and raise the likelihood of a more serious mental health issue. Here’s what to know.
While it may be difficult to drift off when temperatures rise, there are things you can do to snooze more soundly.
Extreme temperatures pose particular dangers to furry friends.
Researchers are drilling down into the ways life on a hotter planet will tax our bodies, and looking for protections that, unlike air-conditioning, don’t make the problem worse.