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Colloidal Silver

The discovery of stealth viruses may lead to new innovations for fighting viruses like the common cold, norovirus, and more. Or it could lead to an appreciation of what’s been working for centuries, like immune supporting colloidal silver. What’s a stealth virus? According to a new discovery, some viruses cluster into spheres (called vesicles, which […]

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Flu is normally a winter illness. Winter is cold and dry, allowing viruses like cold and flu to spread more easily (which is why running a humidifier can help). While flu season can sometimes last until June, we don’t normally worry about it in July or August. But if you have dogs, you should. Last […]

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Tick Infestation

August 15, 2018

The Asian Longhorned tick, which was in just two states at two farms a few months ago, is now spreading throughout the US. While the biggest tick threat is still our own domestic species, which carry Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and more, there’s still plenty to know about the Asian Longhorned tick. (AKA […]

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Keeping an Eye on Ebola

August 13, 2018

2016 came very close to an Ebola pandemic. Ebola is hard to treat, deadly, and incredibly contagious—often, for every patient 1-2 doctors were catching the illness, never mind the spread before the patient was contained in a medical facility! Although it mostly disappeared from the headlines as the thread of a global pandemic dissipated, Ebola […]

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Sleep is good for you. It lets your brain flush and reset itself. During sleep, your body performs routine maintenance, including cardiovascular support. Everyone needs sleep—it’s a myth that some people only need 4-6 hours (tests show they’re functioning well below average and shouldn’t even be driving!), and that we need less sleep as we […]

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