Cold weather is no reason to hibernate until it warms up. Just make sure to dress accordingly. That means baby, too. This step-by-step guide shows you how to bundle your...
Adventuring outdoors in the winter months can sometimes be unpredictable. Here are three myths and what you can do if you get caught in one of these situations.
Stay active and boost mental health with winter activities for adults with disabilities. Find adaptive sports and outdoor recreation in your community.
While it may feel like the sun is in hiding during the winter, in reality, UV rays can penetrate through clouds and fog, leaving your skin vulnerable to their harmful...
As the temperatures drop and days become shorter, our physical and mental health can sometimes take a toll. The good news is there are different ways to be active during...
It doesn't matter if you're a veteran snow shoveler or more of a beginner—save your back with these tips. Otherwise, you may end up suffering from back pain.
There's a reason you squint in bright sunlight. In situations where the sun's rays intensify as they reflect off of snow, water, or sand, and you forget your UV-blocking sunglasses...
Here are a few tips to stay safe out there in the snow.
The cold weather can make your joints feel frozen.
Ready to hit the slopes? Check out these ski exercises that you can do to prepare for the ski season. Prevent ski injuries by being prepared.
Dry skin is a harmless condition, but the accompanying itchiness, redness, and unpleasing appearance of rough, dry skin can be aggravating.
You need the right gear.
Keep your baby bundled!
Don't fall victim to dry,itchy skin.