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It may be spring, but cold, dry weather is still popping up, and that means cold and flu season (as well as other seasonal viruses, like RSV, strep, and more) are still going around. In fact, many areas are reporting double the hospitalizations as last year! About half of severe flu-like cases have hit the […]

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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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It’s only March but there’s already a lot going on this year. Cold and flu season is extended and severe, bird flu is spreading again, and summer illnesses like Listeria are starting early. Make sure that you’re stocked up on immune supporting colloidal silver and ready for anything that comes next. Cold, flu, strep, stomach […]

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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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The Tennessee bird flu outbreak was close enough to Alabama to spark a follow-up by Alabama regulators, and they found bird flu at three of three tested sites (both commercial and backyard flocks). While they think they found both the mild strain and the super virulent one, the USDA has to confirm. In the meantime, […]

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