From the monthly archives:

September 2018

Make Traveling More Comfortable

September 28, 2018

Stiff legs, a sore neck, and an aching back… it doesn’t matter if you’re traveling by plane, train, or automobile… even young, healthy, limber travelers often arrive at their destinations with a few kinks to stretch out. And if you are changing time zones, have a lot of travel time, or need to hit the […]

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3 Easy Ways to Boost Memory

September 27, 2018

It doesn’t need to be explained how important memory is, whether it’s used for cherishing our past, avoiding repeating mistakes, or just getting through the day remembering where your keys are. But it can suffer through disuse, age, poor diet, and more. Here are three easy ways to help boost and protect your memory, now […]

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A bigger study supports an old conclusion: colder temperatures cause higher blood pressure. Previous smaller/less thorough studies have turned up evidence that turning down the thermostat may be turning your blood pressure up—but new, more thorough research hits it home: for every degree colder it is, blood pressure measurably goes up. The effect is enough […]

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There are lots of ways to support your health: you could make sure you have enough time for a good night’s rest, plan a nutritious meal, or make sure you’re taking all your supporting supplements (like colloidal silver or Vita One). Some support is external (like taking supplements), some is just good self care (like […]

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Norovirus Season Begins

September 24, 2018

With two Utah schools experiencing Norovirus outbreaks in addition to a number of other outbreaks across the country, Norovirus season has begun. It doesn’t get the same headlines as cold and flu season, but it works the same way. Cold, dry weather sets in and Norovirus starts to spread (cold, dry weather helps spread a […]

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