From the monthly archives:

March 2019

From preventing scaring to infection, it’s important to care for even small cuts, scrapes, and burns. Quick, efficient healing of even a papercut has benefits for the whole body, as small injuries contribute to overall inflammation. One fast, easy way to support wound healing is with a quick spray of colloidal silver. For small cuts, […]

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Tea has so many perfect moments: when you’re sick, when you need a mental break, when you’re switching gears in the afternoon, when you’re winding down for bed… In addition to the emotional, cultural, calming moment a cup of tea provides, use those moments to support your cardiovascular health and more with Jiaogulan tea. A […]

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Normally flu is on the way out by March—but not this year. The flu is still—officially—widespread across 44 states. The forecast is that it will last at least a few more weeks, well into April, and that this new surge of H3N2 will be hard on seniors (as it has traditionally been). While clinic visits […]

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Better late than never, all the recent snowstorms have provided some cozy winter weather  (maybe a little too cozy if you’re further up north). But between storms, the sun is shining and there’s some warm weather and Vitamin D to be had. Stretch off all your winter bundling and soothe sore muscles with Dakota Muscle […]

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Ebola: A World Away?

March 25, 2019

The second largest Ebola outbreak is still growing, with more than a thousand cases so far (the biggest Ebola outbreak spanned 3 years, from 2013-16, and had over 11,000 cases). An increased population, fighting (including 5 attacks on medical aid centers in the last month), and shifting populations is making control of the outbreak near […]

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