As soon as the temperature starts trolling down, the common cold returns. While it can’t always be prevented, it can be cured before it turns into severe infections like strep throat, bronchitis, and pneumonia.
A number of over-the-counter medications have… [read]
The CDC Morbidity and Weekly Report dated October 24, 2014, released information about a flu outbreak that occurred 8 months prior to publication. The article titled, Influenza Outbreak in a Vaccinated Population – USS Ardent, February 2014, details the outbreak… [read]
Fall and winter is flu season and many Americans respond to this threat with an annual flu shot. Posters on drug store walls and entryways ask, “Have you had your flu shot yet?” There is a clear expectation in the… [read]
You don’t have to catch the next flu. You can stop the next cold before it gets started. All you need is the right diet and a strong, healthy immune system.
Contents:Foods, Herbs and Diet
Real Flu Shots
There is a consistent misnomer among the mainstream consensus that vaccines are healthy. If flu shots are effective, one could argue that the end result is healthy, but there is nothing healthy about the vaccine itself. In 2014, the ingredients… [read]
Echinacea is a coneflower that is found most commonly in eastern and central North America. It is typically found in early-to-late summer in the open wooded areas and prairies. Echinacea was used by the North American Indians and the early… [read]
Flu season will soon strike the United States. We’ve heard so much about the swine flu or novel H1N1, many people don’t realize seasonal flu is responsible for an average of 200,000 hospitalizations and 35,000 deaths in the U.S. each… [read]