From the monthly archives:

January 2019

It’s all over the news: measles and mumps outbreaks are all across the nation. Because there’s a lot of finger pointing, it’s a pretty divisive issue. Here’s some of what you need to know: who’s at risk, what are the symptoms, and how you can help protect yourself from measles and mumps. As with most […]

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…And many who don’t probably have multiple risk factors. Genetics, diet, exercise, the make-up of your probiotic colony—and possible viruses that may make taking control of your health very difficult. With heart disease a rampant problem, every little thing you can do for yourself helps, even things as simple as taking a daily heart supporting […]

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More Ways to Sleep Better

January 29, 2019

With many Americans dealing with insomnia, it’s no wonder scientists continue to research ways to naturally help people get a good night’s sleep. You might be able to try some of these at home, and you can pair them with a natural sleep aid like those in our Sleep Support Pack.

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Are Your Tonsils a Problem?

January 28, 2019

Problems with tonsils aren’t just a thing when you’re a kid. “My, you’re tonsils look swollen” might be a thing you remember hearing from your pediatrician, but as an adult, you can now check your own tonsils to gauge your health, identify problems, and figure out when to see a doctor. While you’re tonsils become […]

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…Warnings and closing abound. Outbreaks of flu are causing closures at schools and community warnings are out in several states, from California to Minnesota to Florida. Stay home when sick, minimize your time in public, and support your immune system with colloidal silver. Although smaller than last year’s flu season, things are still severe. Young […]

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