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Stomach Flu

Knowing what to call your winter illness can help you decide what to do next. Should you stay home? See a doctor? Stick to home remedies? Here’s what’s common during winter, and common ways to care for various illnesses. Grab a thick blanket, turn on your humidifier, and keep your stockpile of colloidal silver handy […]

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Many cities, schools, and workplaces are issuing warnings through emails, posted signs, and community outreach: watch out for symptoms of flu, strep, and nausea. It’s normal for flu season to still be going on in March, but this year things are going a little worse. Save yourself the anxiety and heartache of looking at the […]

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By now, everyone is sick of the flu. Hearing about it, looking for it at restaurants and in coworkers, taking precautions, and probably reading about it, too. But this flu season is pretty bad (and it’s not just flu, it’s croup, ear infections, sinus infections, Norovirus and other stomach flus, strep, and more). Not just […]

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This Year’s Flu Peak

January 20, 2017

While you might imagine flu season as an end of the year event (when the flu vaccine is being heavily advertised) it usually goes through March, and in a cold year it can dip into June! This year, peak flu season is happening right now, so gear up and get ready. “Flu” is colloquially used […]

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Picnic Weather!

April 29, 2016

This year could be the best summer yet, but to get there, it’s important to take care of ourselves, including having some immune support on hand! If you’re enjoying warm weather, or just looking forward to it, you’re probably thinking about adventures in the great outdoors. Gatherings in the park, a hike along your favorite […]

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