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With 41 confirmed cases, it’s already the largest measles outbreak since the 1990s and they’re saying we could still be in the early stages of the outbreak, with more to come. What does the outbreak mean for everyone else? While Minnesota has the worst, there are smaller measles outbreaks across the country. In most places, […]

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A Little Can Go a Long Way

January 19, 2017

A new study has found that just a little bit more zinc can go a long way—getting more than the minimum may help improve cellular health and boost immunity. If you read the study, you’ll see that it’s being used to push fortified foods and crops (AKA GMO crops, may be safe, but it changes […]

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Have you ever had the measles before? Were you vaccinated when the vaccine came out? Are you much older, or do you have small children? Here’s why the current, rapidly spreading measles outbreak should concern you: Measles is highly contagious—if you don’t have immunity, there’s a 90% chance you’ll get sick after being exposed to […]

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