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Whooping cough cases are cropping up. It’s a highly contagious disease, so that pretty much guarantees more. Whooping cough is dangerous for people with weakened immune systems, especially children, so working together to stop the outbreak is essential. Caused by the virus pertussis, whooping cough is preventable by vaccine. Since the pertussis vaccine wears out […]

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New Year, New Shoes

August 28, 2015

If you had kids start school this month, they probably went off with new shoes. And while you’re probably familiar with the frustration of how fast they can outgrow them, you can at least cut back on the frustration of how fast they wear out. Gym class, recess, cutting through a muddy open field, kids […]

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Boost Your Back To School

August 11, 2015

Whether you’ve got young kids who haven’t 100% mastered sneezing into their elbow every time, or older kids going to live elbow to elbow in the dorms, don’t forget to boost their immune system before you send them off to school. And don’t limit your support to immune boosts, support those learning, growing minds, and […]

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Childhood obesity is a leading concern, which has lead to research that can help everyone. Many studies have found correlations between two scenarios where kids miss out on having a healthy probiotic colony, then gain weight. The first is (usually) out of parents control (but might be tempered by introducing probiotics early and often in […]

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Although the CDC is being super slow to confirm cases (so go ahead and mentally multiply any published number you see) more and more states are reporting cases. In case you missed it—Enterovirus, or EV-D68—is a relative of colds and polio. It’s symptoms are that of a very serious cold, and the people who have […]

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