Research has revealed another exciting use for the amazing substance called “propolis” — this time in the fight against cancer.
The studies prove it — the more kids in a household the greater your odds of frequent colds and flu. Here are 5 alternative approaches for a healthier co-existence with your little germ vectors.
Did you know that the companies rake it in during flu season? It’s a $4 billion global industry. And it’s not even a for sure thing. Here we provide natural alternatives.
Our favorite home cold and flu remedies that you can find in your kitchen or local grocery store.
Today, a reverential renaissance is sweeping through modern laboratories as scientists rediscover the medicinal properties of this most noble of plants.
Studies show cold medicine has little to no effect on children. Here are some other methods to help soothe your child’s symptoms.
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So you have a big deadline, you’re out of sick days, and you don’t get paid time off. Should you tough it out and head to work with the flu, like millions of Americans do each year?
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