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Scientists are working together across the globe to watch for, and to try and stay ahead of, the next global flu pandemic. They think they’ve found a likely source, too: man’s best friend. Humans and dogs not only live in close proximity with each other, making it easier for human flu strains to mix with […]

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Dog flu (H3N2) is still spreading, infecting new pups each week. Just like in humans, dogs can experience coughing, sneezing, lethargy, and a lack of appetite. Things can also get serious without care—so make sure you watch for symptoms, follow local outbreaks, and tell friends about dog flu. You can also help keep your pup […]

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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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