From the monthly archives:

June 2013

Everybody has them—health tools you rely on everyday to maintain your health. For some it’s aspirin, for others their morning bran. But here are the three things I can’t go a day without: –Colloidal Silver. First thing in the morning, before breakfast. An empty tummy means better absorption. I use it as general support for […]

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When you’re stressed, whether you’re sick, caring for someone who’s sick, giving up sleep for work, or just worried—research says, you fall back to familiar habits, whether their good or bad. Part of the reason is that people only have a certain amount of willpower—your ability to make decisions goes away if it’s taxed too […]

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According to a recent survey, 75% of pet owners don’t trust airlines to care for their pets as cargo, and 73% feel guilty about leaving their pets at a kennel—it’s a real damned if you do, damned if you don’t. So how are you supposed to travel confidently and without concern when you own a […]

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Fairfax county, Virginia, is facing an outbreak of TB. An outbreak at the local high school has left over 400 families at risk for developing symptoms. LA and Jacksonville, Florida both have their own ongoing outbreaks (TB takes a minimum of 6 months to cure, IF you can follow the rigorous, side-effect laden treatment schedule, […]

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There’s lots of things in nature that are naturally antimicrobial, that naturally deter pests, and that are easy to incorporate into your life and home. Outside -Mint, sage, eucalyptus… these won’t just make your garden smell nice, they’ll deter mice and other pests from coming around. Plant borders around your home, in the bottom of […]

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