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Hepatitis

They could happen anywhere. A medical error, or more likely, at your favorite restaurant. Pretty regularly, they make headlines: someone with Hepatitis A heads into work and exposes hundreds of people. The good news is that unlike Hepatitis C, Hepatitis A is curable, and if you’ve been vaccinated in the past, you’ve got little to […]

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Various states are putting out warning about large outbreaks of Hepatitis A, but in today’s world shrunken by travel, it’s something we should all be on the lookout for! Hepatitis A, like B and C, is a liver disease, but with Hepatitis A, the symptoms at least pass. For additional support against Hep A, make […]

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Ready for the Next Outbreak

December 26, 2018

Outbreaks happen. From the flu spreading locally, to a food recall, to a sick food service employee (who could have a cold, Norovirus, or Hepatitis A), to hospital outbreaks like MRSA, Hepatitis C, HIV, etc…. outbreaks are routine, yet unpredictable. Make sure you’re prepared with immune supporting colloidal silver! You can help prevent outbreaks. While […]

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Man or woman, a pedicure is wonderful during the summer There are health benefits—it reduces dead skin that could encourage fungal growth, and tidies up toenails (which if well done, also discourages fungal growth and ingrown nails). And there are social benefits—both men and women, by today’s fashion, should groom their feet before donning sandals […]

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Why Hep C Is so Common

May 24, 2018

Hepatitis C is a “silent” illness—you can have it for decades with little or no symptoms. Despite not being flashy and headline grabbing, Hepatitis C is a pretty big deal, and deserves the attention of “scarier” illnesses like HIV. Why? Untreated, the damage Hepatitis C causes the lover can lead to liver failure and worse. […]

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