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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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Knowing what to call your winter illness can help you decide what to do next. Should you stay home? See a doctor? Stick to home remedies? Here’s what’s common during winter, and common ways to care for various illnesses. Grab a thick blanket, turn on your humidifier, and keep your stockpile of colloidal silver handy […]

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Fight Fall Asthma and Allergies

September 13, 2017

Spring may have pollen, but fall has decaying leaves, dust, cold weather (encouraging that mucus to breed infection), and, this year, lots of smoke. Start early with precautions against fall allergies and asthma. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so start by finding ways to be proactive. Stay on top of […]

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What’s a nebulizer? It takes a liquid and turns it into a breathable mist, and it’s an invaluable tool when dealing with any respiratory problems. You don’t need a prescription to get a nebulizer. Sometimes, people will get a prescription for a meication to nebulize (ERs love writing scripts for steroids) but there are lots […]

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Do More with Your Nebulizer

November 22, 2016

Nebulizers are trending up—a lot of people are being told to get one, but they may not be sure what to do with it afterward. If you haven’t yet encountered nebulizers, they’re a device that turns liquid into a breathable mist; they can be a great immune support tool during cold and flu season, so […]

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