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Early Flu Activity

November 22, 2019

Flu season has been working itself up for a while. Now, the CDC has said that we’re seeing the most flu activity that we’ve seen in the last decade for this time of year. Normally, flu season roars from December through February fueled by bad, dry weather, short days, and holiday travel. The past few […]


The Flu is Moving North

November 14, 2019

According to Walgreen’s prescription tracker as well as hospital reporting, the Southern US, from the West coast to the East, is already facing an outbreak of the flu. Thanksgiving is on the horizon, and traditionally that means a spread of flu cases. While no one is sure if this year will be as bad as […]

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The number one way to prevent most diseases, including common winter illnesses like flu and Norovirus/other stomach illnesses, isn’t just agreed upon by medical professionals and supporters of natural health—it’s something you can do with minimal effort! Hand-washing has come up in another study as a main source of disease transmission, and one of the […]

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A Rough Start to Flu Season

October 9, 2019

Flu patients have been turning up in hospitals since early September, so we know several cities already have flu circulating. While people with weakened immune systems are usually the first patients, as the weather gets colder and drier more people will catch the flu. Make sure you’re prepared with immune supporting colloidal silver.  This year […]

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In the news. On the radio. Over the loudspeaker at the grocery store. On billboards, internet ads, and everywhere else… there are warnings about flu season, and being prepared early this year! Predictions are based off of the Southern Hemisphere’s flu season, which was particularly hard this year, as well as early cases in US […]

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