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When you’re at work or around town, you’re likely to hear some coughing and sneezing—and it’s probably coming from multiple illnesses! Colds, flu, RSV, whooping cough, and other respiratory illnesses can all look similar: coughing, aches, malaise, fever. Some healthy adults may have few or no symptoms, making it easier for them to get around […]

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Headlines and news channels everywhere have already covered how bad this flu season is–even if you are healthy enough to stay out of the hospital, expect two weeks of downtime, plus longer lingering symptoms before you make a full recovery. With the stakes high, make sure you’re doing everything possible to avoid getting sick, including […]

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Cold weather is the start of a more intense season of illness for a reason, as well as some minor inconveniences from the accompanying drop in humidity (or at least they start that way). Stay active against the change in weather, and get a start on a healthy fall and winter. Start by running a […]

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It’s a good time of year for everyone—those with and without allergies or asthma—to take a look at the air contaminants coming from their own home and get rid of them. If you have allergies or asthma, you probably have a deep sense of the benefit of fighting back dust and other triggers. Otherwise, noticing […]

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As this mild flu season comes into a late peak, a reminder has gone out about antibiotics: they don’t work for most coughs, sniffles, and sinus pains. Those are almost all caused by viruses, which antibiotics don’t treat (and with antibiotic resistance mounting, they barely treat an increasing number of bacteria these days!). Overprescribing antibiotics […]

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