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Dengue in Florida

August 12, 2019

It’s always a good idea to check for diseases before you travel. Case in point: there have been two confirmed cases of locally transmitted Dengue Fever in Florida this summer, and officials expect more. Florida is tropical—it has the right climate to host the mosquitoes that carry Dengue, Zika, Yellow Fever, and Chikungunya (Chik-V). When […]

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Colloidal silver is a supplement made up of silver nanoparticles and water—there is a long history of silver as immune support, food preservative, skin healer, and more. As modern research has verified its antimicrobial properties, it’s become a hot additive for clothes, paint, catheters, and more. It stops odor in your expensive gym clothes, germs […]

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Recently researchers have peeled back a relationship between allergies and our mental health. It started when a pediatrician noticed a pattern in her patients with allergies—even though they were young, many of them were already having anxiety, panic attacks, and other mental health problems. Expanding to a study on adults, there’s a very strong relationship […]

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The WHO has finally made the Ebola outbreak an international emergency. Public health officials have been criticizing the WHOs hesitation for months now. When Ebola was rapidly spreading in a war zone they held back, because it hadn’t actually crossed a border. When it finally did spread to a nearby country—and a major city at […]

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Flu: A Look Ahead

July 12, 2019

Flu season in the Southern Hemisphere tends to foretell our own upcoming flu season fairly well—so here’s an update on Australia’s flu season. With an early start, there have been twice the number of flu related deaths so far this year in Australia, and it’s being dubbed “moderately bad” compared to last year’s “mild”. Of […]

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