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Food is a big part of health, and it goes beyond eating enough nutrients and avoiding sugar. Humans have been influencing plants for tens of thousands of years, and sometimes, plants have influenced us. Many cultures even use food to maintain and modify health, creating diets for certain health types and choosing foods that help […]

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It’s time to prepare for the start of cold and flu season again. The CDC is predicting another early start to flu season, and advising everyone to get their flu shots now. The good news is that, while the flu can be unpredictable, signs point to a mild flu season. If you want to prepare […]

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Chipotle will be retraining employees on food safety after a store sickened hundreds of people by leaving out warm food. The bacteria that sickened everyone, Clostridium perfringens, is commonly found in prepared food that’s left out for a long time before serving. It’s not just the problem of one chain. An employee at an Ohio […]

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The discovery of stealth viruses may lead to new innovations for fighting viruses like the common cold, norovirus, and more. Or it could lead to an appreciation of what’s been working for centuries, like immune supporting colloidal silver. What’s a stealth virus? According to a new discovery, some viruses cluster into spheres (called vesicles, which […]

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Flu is normally a winter illness. Winter is cold and dry, allowing viruses like cold and flu to spread more easily (which is why running a humidifier can help). While flu season can sometimes last until June, we don’t normally worry about it in July or August. But if you have dogs, you should. Last […]

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