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Keep some colloidal silver on hand, flu is here. Maine has already confirmed that it has influenza (and a couple of those are from abroad, meaning it’s spreading from multiple places). Usually, October is the start of flu season, and that’s still considered “early”. Flu season normally peaks in January/February (after the holidays), and can […]

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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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Families Fighting Flu is a non-profit group that does just what it says. And according to their most recent survey, many Americans underestimate how serious the flu is, and how many people are seriously affected by it each year. The CDC emphasizes getting a flu vaccine each year. According to CiDRAP, the flu vaccine is […]

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If you suffer from allergies, the sight of new blooms on trees probably has you sneezing by reflex. But there are a handful of other things that can actually worsen allergy symptoms you should watch out for: 1) Drinking (especially wine). Besides weakening your immune system, alcohol has been shown to make sneezing and coughing […]

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According to new UK research, more than a third of people with the flu don’t have obvious symptoms. That means there may be more people ready to get you sick than you realize! It also means that the flu rate is much, much higher than reported. Researchers took blood samples to determine whether study participants […]

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