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pneumonia

There’s hope that the decline in flu activity on the west coast is a sign the epidemic may soon work its way to an ending, but for now, flu activity is still rising on the east coast (and states in between are a mix). This season has seen a high rate of hospitalizations and deaths, […]

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2017 was predicted to be the year that antibiotic resistance really took a turn for the worse… and they were mostly right. A strain of E. coli was found in China that carried a gene making it resistant to some of our last line of antibiotics; the antibiotics so strong they carry side-effects almost as […]

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Dog Flu is Raging, Too

January 24, 2018

It’s not just humans getting hit hard by a flu epidemic, it’s dogs, too. Dog flu is highly contagious and spreading across the nation, so here’s how to prepare and protect your pets.

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Prepare for the Flu

October 7, 2016

It’s not just cold snaps blowing through; the flu virus is active, now, too (not surprising since it usually starts in October). For numerous reasons, including the outing of the spray-vaccine as ineffective, it’s expected to be a bad flu season with more cases than usual. Make sure you have enough colloidal silver for the […]

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Breathe Deeply

February 25, 2016

I think it’s a tough call which organ is the most under-appreciated. I think there’s a good case for the lungs—breathing isn’t a conscious decision. There aren’t many major diseases that strike them randomly, so lungs don’t get their own month. And even if you don’t think about your liver or pancreas often, you know […]

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