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It doesn’t feel like spring this week as cool weather is everywhere and Colorado and the Northeast get some cold moisture… but that makes it the perfect time to cozy up with a hot cup of Jiaogulan tea. Making lemonade from lemons is for the summer, during a cold day, make it warm, cozy, and […]

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In the northern states, flu activity is still being reported as widespread as Influenza B makes the late season rounds. While you don’t need to worry as much as when flu season was at its peak, it’s still very much here and hospitalizations, and even deaths, are still being reported.

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This flu season was particularly nasty; the flu shot was ineffective, and H3N2, the type A strain that circulated, caused many hospitalizations, deaths, and weeks off work. Now the CDC is warning us to be on the lookout for this year’s Type B strain, which is starting to cause a new flu spike. Make sure […]

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Just the Germ-iest

March 7, 2018

Most people have a healthy respect for, if not outright fear of, public bathrooms. Caution is applied so there’s minimal touching of doors, sinks, and of course the toilet seat. Between the caution, frequent cleanings, and no touch devices, bathrooms actually aren’t so bad, and may not be what you need to worry about—instead you […]

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Stay on Top of Allergies

February 26, 2018

Flu season will keep going a couple more months, and in case your respiratory system isn’t being worked over enough, allergies are starting to spring up. The dampness/mold melting snow leaves behind, the early bloomers, everyone’s pets spending more time indoors and more may be working together to trigger runny noses and clogged sinuses.

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