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Immune System

It’s known, accepted, but seldom talked about: as we age, we start to heal more slowly. Bruises become bigger and darker, lingering longer. Scratches last longer than your memory of the event. And if you have a bigger injury, watching it slowy heal becomes almost a hobby, until it finally does and you realize how […]

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When flu season finally ends, it won’t mean the end of taking care of your respiratory system! Whether you’re active this summer traveling, swimming, and exploring or passive (and still getting pollen, occasional bites, and exposure to pollution–indoor and out) stay on top of keeping your nose and sinuses clear, and getting extra lung support […]

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It’s one of those things we’ve all agreed upon for a while: the mind and body can influence each other. Chronic ill health can cause inflammation, maybe trigger mental illness, or increase the risk of Alzheimer’s. Severe mental trauma can impact the body, weakening the heart, triggering other health events, and just generally weakening the […]

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Ebola: A World Away?

March 25, 2019

The second largest Ebola outbreak is still growing, with more than a thousand cases so far (the biggest Ebola outbreak spanned 3 years, from 2013-16, and had over 11,000 cases). An increased population, fighting (including 5 attacks on medical aid centers in the last month), and shifting populations is making control of the outbreak near […]

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The benefits of mushrooms have been well studied, but research is still finding/explaining more. According to a new study, the benefits of mushrooms for the brain are worth putting out a recommendation to eat more, especially as we age. You can get more mushrooms with Maitake Beta Glucan Extract. No matter other factors (health, age, […]

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