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Colds

You may not know anyone going back to school, but the community effect will be the same: a burst of highly communicable diseases. Kids, with their weaker immune systems, the stress of change, and the cooling weather all come together in one building to germinate diseases. Now is the time to prepare for it with […]

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With fires and floods causing more travel around the country as people relocate, the start of flu season is poised to be explosive. Now’s the time to take as many precautions as possible. The basics may seem obvious, hearing about them may seem redundant, but the bottom line is, they’re cheap, easy, and they work. […]

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Start Spring Strongly

February 9, 2016

The predicted late flu peak has hit in many places. And with Super Bowl Weekend just passed, there’s a new round of flu that many people are experiencing. Cold and flu season can last until spring—and with winter storms still dumping snow, I would expect it to this year (don’t think you’re free of it […]

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Whether you’ve got spring showers, late bouts of snow, or growing warmth, now’s the time for increased immune support. Cold and flu season is still lingering, and spring allergies can cause sinus infections, head colds, and more… so it’s twice as bad right now. Daily immune support is a great way to be prepared… for […]

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