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Stay on Top of Allergies

February 26, 2018

Flu season will keep going a couple more months, and in case your respiratory system isn’t being worked over enough, allergies are starting to spring up. The dampness/mold melting snow leaves behind, the early bloomers, everyone’s pets spending more time indoors and more may be working together to trigger runny noses and clogged sinuses.

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Sore throats are a staple of fall and winter. And while strep throat is common enough (although it’s more likely to hit kids and teens) to often be a cause, there are plenty of other possibilities, including winter allergies or just a common cold. Luckily, there are some ways to cut down on your risk […]

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Planning a vacation? Better pack your immune support. Some estimates say that as many as 20% of commercial airline passengers will develop a respiratory illness within the week after flying. That includes coughs, sinus infections, runny noses, or worse. Not included in that 20% and adding to the pile of ill travelers is variations of […]

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With cold and flu season still going on, but the weather warm enough that trees and flowers are blooming early, you might be wondering if you have cold or flu symptoms (or wrong about your assumptions). An allergic reaction, even just a mild one, to allergens blown into the air by spring isn’t uncommon. So […]

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As flu season lingers, so do sore throats, runny noses, coughs, fevers, and other symptoms of not just colds and flu, but strep, sinus infections, ear infections, and other viral diseases going around (not to mention stomach flu). Whether you’re fending off getting sick as everyone sniffles around you (maybe with some extra immune support), […]

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