From the monthly archives:

July 2015

Lyme Disease Spreading

July 31, 2015

A national survey has shown that more counties than ever have Lyme Disease. It’s probably a combination of reforestation, there being more deer more spread out, and other environmental factors. If you’re not already supporting your immune system with colloidal silver daily, it’s a good time to start. While Lyme Disease is usually easy to […]

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There’s a lot of misinformation about skin care out there, especially if you’re looking for natural solutions. For instance, you might hear people suggesting to make rubs using salt, baking soda, or to apply rubbing alcohol, all of which are horrible for your skin (nevermind your more delicate facial skin!). The problem stems from most […]

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There’s a tendency to blame bacteria for everything. We have antibiotics that can (or could) treat them, so perhaps it’s more comforting a thought. And salmonella and E. coli do cause quite a few illnesses. But viruses can just as often cause food poisoning, from the infamous Norovirus, to the lesser known (and, frankly, studied) […]

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In states where rain is bountiful, everyone is panicking about West Nile Virus. More rain means more mosquitoes, and mosquitoes transmit the virus. The upside is that if you take precautions, especially clearing your yard of standing water, the mosquitoes will go elsewhere, and you can lower your risk of catching West Nile Virus. But […]

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For dogs, summer doesn’t mean the end of flu season. In fact, outbreaks of dog flu continue to pop up across the country. The latest is in North Carolina. Whether you’re boarding your dog, or travelling with one, your pup’s health should be at the top of your list. H3N2 had a large outbreak earlier […]

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