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Virus

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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Maybe it’s because this winter has been warmer, and the illnesses milder. Maybe it’s because everyone is too busy to stop. Maybe it’s just something in the air, but this cold and flu season has really been characterized by everyone passing and sharing germs back and forth! Do you miss work or school for a […]

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It’s pretty well established that your gut biome, the good (and sometimes bad) bacteria in your digestive tract impact many aspects of health, impacts many aspects of health, weight, in particular. Researchers have been working to untangle which bacteria, and combinations upon combinations of bacteria, have what effects. Occasionally, they’ll pinpoint a bacterium, or an […]

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Get Better Digestion

November 25, 2016

It’s probably on your mind already—digestion—whether you’re uncomfortable right now, or thinking about how you need to make better decisions in the future. You might be a healthy eater, cheat occasionally, or subscribed to the typical American diet. All types can sometimes run into digestion troubles, because what we eat is only the beginning. Yes, […]

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Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest problems in health, and so it’s no surprise that researchers are constantly probing to see if people really understand what that means. There are two big misunderstandings: -That general respiratory (and more so upper respiratory tract) infections can be treated with antibiotics, and -That people develop antibiotic resistance, […]

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