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Five Foods for Cold and Flu to Naturally Boost Your Immune System

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Monday, December 3rd, 2012
Author:
Katie Manry
Ginger, onion, garlic, horseradish & habanero pepper

The common cold has been “bugging” us recently. The average child catches between six and 12 colds a year and the average adult comes down with a cold two to three times a year. The flu is very contagious and is easily spread when people spend more time together during cold weather.

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New York Times Brings Up Childhood Constipation Controversy

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Friday, July 27th, 2012
Author:
Katie Manry

An interesting article was in the New York Times recently on the controversy of a popular drug for adults being used to treat chronic constipation in children. According to the article, doctors have pointed parents to Miralax for years to help children who suffer from chronic constipation. The problem is the label itself says the […]

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Tea Tree Oil: A Must for Your Summer First Aid Kit

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Monday, July 16th, 2012
Author:
Katie Manry

More fun outside in the summer can mean more risk of sunburns, insect bites, and scrapes. Next to cayenne pepper, tea tree oil is one of the best herbal remedies to have on hand during the summer for emergencies.

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