The discovery of stealth viruses may lead to new innovations for fighting viruses like the common cold, norovirus, and more. Or it could lead to an appreciation of what’s been working for centuries, like immune supporting colloidal silver.

What’s a stealth virus? According to a new discovery, some viruses cluster into spheres (called vesicles, which have a lipid bilayer protecting them), and become hard for the immune system to detect, allowing them to sneak in in larger numbers and overwhelm the cells they are infecting. Read more about viruses…


Technology is disrupting our sleep. Some countries are blaming the hours we lose to binging Netflix, texting, reading breaking news, and mindlessly tapping games for causing economic downturns. Losing sleep is causing a loss in productivity, increasing automobile accidents, and taking a toll on our overall health by weakening our immune systems. Here’s how to make sure tech isn’t causing insomnia.

Past studies have shown that staring at a screen before bed decreases melatonin production, making it harder to fall asleep and sleep well. A new study found that households with access to high-speed internet slept fewer hours than those without access. In an age where we are constantly stimulated, it can be hard to get the rest we need without extra support from a natural supplement like Nite MGR. Read More


Flu is normally a winter illness. Winter is cold and dry, allowing viruses like cold and flu to spread more easily (which is why running a humidifier can help). While flu season can sometimes last until June, we don’t normally worry about it in July or August.

But if you have dogs, you should. Last winter, dog flu spread in patches across the US. It still hasn’t cleared up—Michigan currently has a warning about an outbreak.

This isn’t just a kennel disease. Your dog isn’t safe just because they’re alone at home. Humans don’t get dog flu, but we can carry it, spread it, and pass it to our canine friends. Visiting another home with dogs, petting a friendly dog in passing, or, potentially, shaking hands with someone whose dog has it (the same way regular flu is passed around, except that humans don’t notice until their dog is sick). Read more about dog flu…


Every road can be a little bit bumpy—some more than others. Don’t let the little things, or even the big roadblocks, steer you off your path. Take care of yourself and make it over the hard parts with D.S.A. MGRx.

Stress, depression, and anxiety happen to everyone at one point or another. If you only face them here and there—you may be reluctant to get help, which can be time consuming, expensive, and cause other symptoms that need managed. If you face those sorts of road blocks constantly, you may be tired of dealing with the difficult solutions offered. Read more about stress, depression, and anxiety…


Tick Infestation

August 15, 2018

The Asian Longhorned tick, which was in just two states at two farms a few months ago, is now spreading throughout the US. While the biggest tick threat is still our own domestic species, which carry Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and more, there’s still plenty to know about the Asian Longhorned tick. (AKA East Asian tick, or just Longhorned tick). Read more about the Asian Longhorned tick…