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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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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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In the Northern Hemisphere, we look to Australia for a forecast of what our winter flu season will look like. What happens in Australia influences things like which strains go in the flu shot—which is sometimes accurate, sometimes not. Spring here, fall there. As we look to summer, they look to winter, and it’s barely […]

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You’re not imagining it; people are still coming down with the flu. This is the longest flu season in a decade at 21+ weeks, thanks to a second flu strain that started circulating in February. While the first strain that started in the fall was well-matched to this year’s vaccine, the February strain is not—so […]

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