From the monthly archives:

July 2018

Whether you’re getting a breezy, rainy summer or going through a massive heatwave, tea is the perfect afternoon break. Iced or hot, choosing a health supporting herbal tea for your afternoon or evening break helps you unwind, while conferring some benefits! Try a cup of Jiaogulan tea while you enjoy (or hide from) the summer […]

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At least three states are experiencing an “extremely contagious stomach bug” passing through: Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa. Even if it’s not (yet) in your state, beware, and use best practices at all times to prevent disease transmission! What is it? The stomach virus lasts a day or two and causes diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and sometimes […]

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There’s so much that can bring you down—whether it’s seasonal, situational, or a constant invading pressure. Finding the right kind of help can be hard, too. One way to start is with small changes, then escalate as needed. For instance, you could use natural support where you control how much and when, like D.S.A. MGRx. […]

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There’s more than misery when you miss out on a good night’s sleep. Your performance at work drops, your immune system is weaker, you look tired (and thoughtless people might even tell you as much), and you’re putting yourself at serious risk: miss enough sleep, and you might find yourself dozing off in a dangerous […]

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It may have been discovered in the 1980s, but a diagnostic test was only developed in the last year, and you’ve probably never heard of it—it’s mycoplasma genitalium. Mycoplasma genitalium is an STI. Like most STIs, there’s been a boost in transmission as the world has grown smaller thanks to the internet. With vague symptoms, […]

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