Posts categorized with: Flu Prevention

A research article at by this title also suggests the following simple steps you can take to prevent flu in your life – not only risk free, but they provide a whole lot of other benefits as well! How to Protect Yourself Against Influenza While the media is sure to continue hyping potential pandemic influenzas, remember […]

Seems as if highest paid supermodel Gisele Bundchen “Infuriated Cancer Experts” when she called sunscreen “poison.”  She refuses to use sunscreen on herself or her family due to the chemicals in most of them; she also spoke out against baby infant formula full of sugar and often soy. So is Gisele Bundchen Right? Probably.  In the […]

From LOSING IT! With Jillian Michaels Tuesday, February 15, 2011 If you sleep 10 hours a night, you might face some of the same hormonal risks as those who sleep too little. A recent Canadian study found that people who sleep fewer than seven hours or more than nine hours weigh an average of four […]

So blessed am I!  My head hits the pillow, and I’m gone very quickly.  My heart saddens for so many that cannot sleep well.  Years ago, I heard in one of my company trainings (a wellness company) that less than eight hours of sleep was on the top ten list for shortenening life – along with smoking, too […]

Several years ago, I had a friend read the OSHA sheet about Dial pump soap – haven’t wanted to use any of those harsh chemical pump soaps to wash my hands with since. 1.  Hot water is better than cold water for effective handwashing Scientists have found that various temperatures had “no effect on transient […]

A quote from Dr. Mercola: …one study found that people who exercised regularly (five or more days a week) cut their risk of having a cold by close to 50 percent. Exercise likely cuts your risk of colds so significantly because it triggers a rise in immune system cells that can attack any potential invaders. […]

How Do You Catch a Cold? The most common way cold viruses are spread is not from being around coughing or sneezing, or walking barefoot in the rain, but rather from hand-to-hand contact. For instance, someone with a cold blows their nose then shakes your hand or touches surfaces that you also touch. Cold viruses […]

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