From the monthly archives:

September 2017

Cold weather is the start of a more intense season of illness for a reason, as well as some minor inconveniences from the accompanying drop in humidity (or at least they start that way). Stay active against the change in weather, and get a start on a healthy fall and winter. Start by running a […]

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There’s a Sleep Shortage

September 28, 2017

One in three Americans aren’t getting enough sleep. That means that one in three Americans are at an increased risk of heart attacks, stroke, cancer, mental distraction, and just general misery as their bodies continue to struggle to keep up. What exactly constitutes the “right” amount of sleep, and how can you keep up? The […]

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Tick season isn’t so much tied to “summer”, as it is warm weather. And these days, warm weather can go well into fall. With Lyme Disease carrying ticks in more than half of US counties, everyone needs to be aware of Lyme Disease. Not only does Lyme Disease awareness help with recognizing symptoms so you […]

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As big an event as it is, there’s a lot going on this year so it’s getting sort of buried: 2017, now, today, is when antibiotic resistance is a huge wall to treatment. Time to get informed, and make sure you’re taking care of yourself, including having some immune supporting colloidal silver. Antibiotic resistance has […]

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Spending time with animals can help relax you and improve heart health, mental health, and more. But that’s if they’re friendly and healthy. For owners with sick pets, they’re more likely to develop depression and anxiety. Caretakers need a little love and consideration, too. First, clear your mind; make sure you’ve done everything you can […]

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