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Is It Flu?

March 4, 2019

Flu season is still going, making headlines with school and business closures, hospitalization rates, and more… it’s an average flu season, with mediocre flu shot success. You might be wondering if that tickle in your throat is the flu, or if your coworkers sniffles are the start of an office wide outbreak. Know flu symptoms […]

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You get sick, and you get over it—or almost. After you get better from a cold, the flu, or another virus, you might find a new symptom—that runny nose, congestion, or just sneezing has left behind a sinus infection. Don’t let it fester, evict it with a Sinus Flooding Kit. Pain in your face, persistent […]

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There’s more than just cold and flu going around this season. RSV and other viruses may cause slightly different symptoms, especially for those with weakened immune systems. A lingering cough can just be a normal part of RSV, or it could be something else (and certainly, a risk for infection). If you’re struggling with a […]

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Beyond Flu: RSV

December 27, 2018

If you aren’t super familiar with RSV, you still may have heard it mentioned in conjunction with children—it’s super common, but can get serious quickly with babies (often requiring time in the hospital). But RSV isn’t a get-it-once virus. Like the flu and cold, you can get RSV every year, or even several times a […]

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Common Deficiency, Common Cold

December 19, 2018

Aches, symptoms of depression, weakness, and especially fatigue are symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D deficiency can also cause a weakened immune system… which may be measurable by the number of colds you get this year. Make sure that you’re taking a simple step to fight back against sneezing, coughing, and other cold symptoms […]

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