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As summer comes to an end, kids across the country are loading up their backpacks with fresh supplies and heading back to school—but new notebooks and No. 2 pencils aren’t the only things they need for a successful school year. ...Read More
Kids practice lots of important life skills at school, and one they seem to excel at is sharing – especially when it comes to colds and flu. Your darling elementary student is likely to share between 6-8 sicknesses this year, ...Read More
Children catch an average of 6 to 10 colds or flu every year, most often leading to antibiotic prescriptions. For the last decade, the World Health Organization (WHO) has been advocating for a reduction in antibiotic use due to its ...Read More
Black Cumin Seed Oil or simply Black Seed Oil has over 100 active compounds which include antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and pain-reducing properties. The most notable active ingredient is thymoquinone.   Black Seed is quickly becoming the herbal oil to watch with ...Read More
Your child has a runny nose, your co-workers are coughing and the guy in the grocery line behind you just sneezed for the second time. It all adds up to one thing – cold and flu season is back. With ...Read More
Why does cold and flu season seem to apply to you, every season? Why does it take you weeks to bounce back when a bug gets you down? Why do your allergies seem to be so much worse than others? ...Read More
With the modern overuse of antibiotic pharmaceuticals and antibacterial cleaners, the harmful pathogens that we are exposed to today are becoming more aggressive and resistant. At the same time, our own immune systems have become more vulnerable to these pathogens. ...Read More
We know that wintertime presents a higher likelihood to develop a cold and flu than any other time. Whilst we may think that we have mastered the skill of keeping warm during these colder months, mastering the art of staying ...Read More
The name says it all. Consisting of a throat spray, a cough syrup (children’s and adult versions), and a chest rub, this accomplished trio covers all the bases. In fact, they make for an ideal trifecta of products when it ...Read More
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High in the Austrian Alps you’ll find a flowering shrub called the black elderberry. Its tiny, glossy berries have been used for years to make traditional folk medicines across Europe but today, the extract from these berries is helping to ...Read More
michellethompsonCold/Flu
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