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Posted on January 23rd, 2013 by
By Dr. Elisabeth Serbinski As winter approaches, the days get shorter....darker....colder... You wake up and leave to work/school in the dark, spend the brightest part of the day working and then return home in the dark. With memories if warm, long days from the summer, it's no wonder people get de...
Posted on January 23rd, 2013 by
Anything that reflects the slightest thing wrong with a child will cause concern in a parent. A fever, for example, is one of the primary reasons that parents will call their child’s pediatrician. Yet, the truth is, what many of us have been told is a “low-grade fever” is a natural body temperature ...
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by Anne Salazar-Dunbar, Therapeutic Herbalisthttp://www.thenaturalife.com/herbalist    First off, lets talk about remedies that help with prevention. Prevention is much easier to handle, then full-blown flu symptoms. The key here is take them as soon as symptoms begin to manifest or you feel you h...
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1.       Sleep More   Sleep and immunity are closely linked.  Mammals who sleep the most have the highest levels of disease fighting white blood cells. A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (09/2002) found that the effectiveness of the flu vaccine is decreased by sleep deprivati...
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A Natural Approach to Boosting Immunity With the weather turning colder, your family will be spending less time outside and more time inside with the heater running. Your body’s natural immunity against common illnesses will be put to the test now more than ever and it’s no wonder that this is the ...
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By Terri Babin Have you ever noticed that some kidlets catch every bug that goes around, while other seem to stay healthy year round? Children with a strong immune system rarely get sick, and when they do, the duration of the illness is generally much shorter. So as cold and flu season approaches, ...
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copyright 2000 by Susun S. Weed  The most fertile years of a woman's life are those between 18 and 28. Even into the mid-thirties, it is usually fairly easy to conceive and carry a pregnancy to term. During these years the hormones that control ovulation, enhance conception, and ensure a healthy pr...