Naturally Fight Flu

  • Myths About 2018 Flu Season | Natural Health Blog
    3/3/2018
    The case for either getting the flu vaccine or avoiding it is not clear cut. Don’t be bullied by either side of the argument. Look at the information and make your own decision.
  • FAQs About Flu Season | Natural Health Blog
    1/13/2018
    Flu season is here with a vengence. Read five quick tips to help you make wise decisions about prevention and treatment.
  • 2018 Flu Season and Immunization Shots | Natural Health Newsletter
    1/6/2018
    Any vaccination, whether it’s for you or your children, should be a personal choice. (Sadly, many states are moving away from that option.) But that choice should be based on facts, not fear and emotion.
  • Pros & Cons of Exercising When Sick | Natural Health Blog
    12/26/2017
    Is laying about really the best course of action when you’re under the weather?  If it is just a head cold, you may not want to just stay home and rest.
  • How to Stay Healthy on Vacation | Immune Health Blog
    7/22/2017
    Vacations can be very taxing on our immune system from lack of sleep to sick people on the plane. Here are five things you can do to make sure your trip is both fun and healthy.
  • 8 Ways To Avoid Colds & Flu | Natural Health Blog
    1/3/2017
    We have 8 tried-and-true methods of avoiding colds! Read on for some natural ways to prevent a cold or flu virus from getting the best of you.
  • Feed a Cold, Starve a Fever Work? True? |  Natural Health Blog
    9/24/2016
    Does the adage “feed a cold, starve a fever” actually have any merit? Well, as it turns out, Mom may know best. New research suggests that we should take it seriously as it might help us fight off infections more effectively.
  • 11/1/2014
    Pathogen destroyers function as natural antibiotics, antivirals, and virucides. They represent an alternative, complementary route to assisting your immune system.
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    5/1/2004
    Under normal circumstances, your immune system responds to foreign organisms by producing antibodies and stimulating specialized cells, which destroy the organisms or neutralize their toxic products.
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