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Flu Symptoms

Flu season is predicted to hit early and hard this year gauged by Australia’s flu season, the still unexplained double flu season we had last year, and other signs of the flu (there’s already been a flu death this year). Are you ready to prevent flu symptoms with support from colloidal silver and more? One […]

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Just like the weather, flu season is hard to predict before it hits. American flu season is predicted heavily off of what happens in Australia, as we tend to get whatever they get first. Now that we’re about to transition from Australian to American flu season, the warnings are out: be prepared for a likely […]

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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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Widespread and Severe Flu

January 18, 2019

While this year is better than last year (re: flu season), it’s still being called severe by experts, and flu is considered widespread in several states. To make matters worse, several other viruses are in wide circulation, so your immune system may not be getting much of a break this winter. Make sure to keep […]

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A Start to Flu Season

September 14, 2018

If you think you’re safe from the flu until at least October… think again. Florida is already seeing a surge of flu patients, although it hasn’t been long enough for them to declare an official start to flu season. Whether you’re traveling or just out in your community, start preparing for the flu now.

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