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More humans, changing weather, and changing treatments/medicines have come together to create a time where viruses are more common. Doctors, childcare workers, and anyone who’s been paying attention the last few decades will tell you: it’s more common these days to see several illnesses a year, rather than one or two (especially in kids, who […]

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At this point it’s not a surprise: another illness transmitted by pests has emerged. The Keystone Virus is spread by mosquito bite, and the first human case of Florida suggests that there’s about to be more. The Keystone virus is likely related to Zika, putting it in a grouping of other tropical mosquito-borne viruses like […]

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As people gather to celebrate the summer holidays, including Independence Day, they also share some common ailments: sunburn, bug bites, food poisoning, dehydration, and cuts and scrapes. You can support your body through most of those with Colloidal Silver. For centuries colloidal silver has been used as immune support, skin support, and more. Nowadays it’s […]

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To maintain herd immunity against measles, we need a 95% vaccination rate. Currently, we’re only at about 93%, and those who are opting out (as opposed to those who have to skip due to being immune compromised) tend to be clustered, which has lead to hot spots of measles outbreaks. Measles is highly contagious, and […]

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The more researchers look, the more illnesses they find are being spread by ticks. You might have heard of babesioisis, anaplasmosis, or Lyme Disease. And now there’s heartland virus, bourbon virus, and other new pop-ups that resemble and are related to Lyme Disease. The mild winter means that more ticks are going to survive until […]

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