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Vitamins and Minerals that May Help with Viral Infections

Vitamins and Minerals that May Help with Viral Infections

Despite everything you may have read on the internet, nothing has been proven to cure or prevent COVID-19. The best way to protect yourself from the Coronavirus is to practice social distancing1 and not come into contact with someone that has been infected. You should also make sure that you get enough sleep, exercise daily, eat healthy, and find ways to reduce stress. For the latest on COVID-19, we encourage you to use online res
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Spring into Health: What Vitamins You Should Be Taking This Season

Spring into Health: What Vitamins You Should Be Taking This Season

Spring is right around the corner, and quickly followed behind that will be summer. And if you’re like me and you live in a cold climate, then the thought of warmer weather has you as excited as Olaf the Snowman. However, rising temperatures actually mean that our bodies will start to lose important nutrients. More humidity and heat means that our bodies are facing more stress to work and function properly, meaning that our nut
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5 Must-Have Winter Supplements

5 Must-Have Winter Supplements

While we’re in the throes of winter, there are plenty of us who are wanting to take preventative measures to maintain optimal health during our vigil for spring’s arrival. Besides eating a healthy and well-balanced diet, we also need to make sure to get plenty of rest and stay nice and warm throughout the winter months. In addition to these methods, taking supplements can be a way of adding to your overall health. Of course, you should
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7 Superfoods to Strengthen Your Immune System

7 Superfoods to Strengthen Your Immune System

It’s the start of flu season and I’m sure we’ve all had a few close calls already. Some of us may have already gotten struck down by a particularly nasty bug going around the office. But what can you do to keep yourself healthy? Besides getting plenty of sleep and washing your hands regularly, there is also the case of diet. Like the saying goes, we are what we eat. So if this flu season we want to eat our way to a healthier version
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5 Facts to Keep You Healthy This Winter

5 Facts to Keep You Healthy This Winter

From the time we are young, we hear advice from our parents about staying healthy and warm in the cold weather. Some of the advice is worth listening to but others are nothing more than a myth. It is easy to see how some myths may get started. A good example is about people catching more colds in the winter. A biologist at Rush University Medical Center, John Segreti, MD 1, says that the fact that people tend to get more cold
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Health Problems That Are More Common in the Fall and Winter

Health Problems That Are More Common in the Fall and Winter

Winter brings a number of seasonal health risks, mainly related to the physical challenges of ice, snow, and cold. Potential health problems that exist in any season of the year are likely seen in greater measure when the weather turns cold. Some of those issues are because people tend to stay indoors when winter arrives, make it more likely for them to spread disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports 1
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6 Signs Your Body is Running Low on Key Vitamins

6 Signs Your Body is Running Low on Key Vitamins

When it comes to your health, your body has an incredible way of “communicating” that something is wrong or could use some improvement. Here are some of the key signs to look our for that your body is suffering from a vitamin deficiency:1. Bumpy Skin Keratosis Pilaris (KP) are red or white bumps that form on the buttocks, thighs, arms, and cheeks of your skin. Though the root cause of KP isn't completely understood, research sugg
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