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Type B Flu Rate High

December 11, 2019

Once thought a mild flu strain because it mutates slowly, we now know influenza Type B to be responsible for some of the most serious flu cases—especially in more vulnerable populations (people with weaker immune systems). During most flu seasons Type B flu makes up ⅓ of cases. This season, which is already going hard […]

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The common cold has already been making the rounds this year. How do you know if you have cold symptoms? And did you know you can get the common cold more than once? Get ready for the common cold this year—avoid it, get through it, and try not to get it more than once! Cold […]

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There’s more than just cold and flu going around this season. RSV and other viruses may cause slightly different symptoms, especially for those with weakened immune systems. A lingering cough can just be a normal part of RSV, or it could be something else (and certainly, a risk for infection). If you’re struggling with a […]

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Beyond Flu: RSV

December 27, 2018

If you aren’t super familiar with RSV, you still may have heard it mentioned in conjunction with children—it’s super common, but can get serious quickly with babies (often requiring time in the hospital). But RSV isn’t a get-it-once virus. Like the flu and cold, you can get RSV every year, or even several times a […]

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There’s plenty of time between now and the end of the year, but that time if filled with parties, travel, cold, flu, norovirus, RSV, and more. Don’t wait until you’re regrouping and launching work on your New Year’s resolutions, make sure you’re loaded up on immune supporting colloidal silver today. Colloidal silver is a dark […]

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