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Immune System

Summer is just around the corner, so whether you’re staying put, traveling domestically or internationally, have a few plans or no plans, make sure you’re ready to go! Start by kicking that lingering cough or runny nose. This winter was full of illness, and for some parts of the country, colds are still flaring up […]

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While a small part of the rise in Hepatitis C (HCV) is probably due to newly diagnosed Baby Boomers, who were exposed more than other generations and are at an age where the incubation of Hep C is causing symptoms to appear, experts are attributing most of the 300 fold rise to the current opioid […]

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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 41 confirmed cases, it’s already the largest measles outbreak since the 1990s and they’re saying we could still be in the early stages of the outbreak, with more to come. What does the outbreak mean for everyone else? While Minnesota has the worst, there are smaller measles outbreaks across the country. In most places, […]

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One billion people worldwide need more Vitamin D, according to a new study. At least that many people aren’t getting into the sun enough! Vitamin D impacts mood, immune system, absorption of other nutrients, and a wide-range of body processes. Not having enough can look as simple as a touch of the winter blues or […]

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