From the monthly archives:

November 2010

Like influenza, which affects the respiratory system, stomach flu is most active during the winter, between October and April. Gastroenteritis, or the stomach flu, can come as either a bacterial or viral infection (with little difference between the two). Generally causing stomach pains that lead to nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, the stomach flu is a […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Last week the Center for Disease Control (CDC) sponsored Antibiotics Week, an effort to raise awareness about safe use of antibiotics, an important issue during winter months, when many of us suffer from viruses (cold, flu…) that cannot be treated by antibiotics. Misuse of antibiotics can lead to bacteria with antibiotics resistance, super bugs that […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Whether you suffer from a chronic illness, are looking to ward off the sickness of coworkers, or want to improve your average health and wellness, it’s important to know the basic ways to enhance your immune system for good health. All of these tips support natural health, which is to say you can accomplish them […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

MRSA, the super-bug which has been growing and spreading over the last decade-plus, is now meeting resistance in hospitals. We’ve written before about how silver is being used to treat instruments inserted into the body (from catheters on up), and that practice is (thankfully) spreading with new tools including silver bandages that stop MRSA from […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Product Profile: CALM MGRx

November 16, 2010

You notice when your body is out of balance–you get sick, or you feel off–but when your brain is out of balance, it can be subtle, or, for others, it can be blindingly obvious as they suffer from restlessness,  agitation, and anxiety. Your brain is working constantly, processing information and making sure you keep ticking. […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }