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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, […]


In the News: Hepatitis A

February 22, 2019

Hepatitis A outbreaks have been happening regularly, and they’re affecting a lot more people these days than just the small handfuls of years past. Right now, Columbus, Ohio has its largest outbreak since 1999—with ten times as many cases (over 1600). Hepatitis A is a preventable disease mostly spread by poor hygiene, in other words, […]

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Keep Fighting the Flu

February 21, 2019

Flu season is still going strong, and in an effort to fight it schools in several states are closing to prevent the disease from spreading. It’s possible the continued strength of flu season means it will go late this year, which could mean watching out for flu until May or June. The waves of snowstorms […]

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No one source of Salmonella has been found since the start of raw turkey being recalled at the end of 2017, and new cases are still being reported despite recalls and other actions. Here’s what you need to know and how to stay safe from Salmonella. No turkey is safe. All across the nation, most […]

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It’s already accepted and well-established that sleep is good for your health and helps you feel good—that’s why we have expressions like “sleep it off” or the well-worn “stay home and rest”. A lot goes on when you sleep; most notably, the brain rests and resets, in addition to resting and maintenance for your heart. […]

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