By Dr. Brooke Azie-Rentz The first day of spring has come and gone, we have had some beautiful, warm sunny days, but now it looks like we are back to April showers as I write this article. I hope this means that May will bring us flowers, but more importantly, May will see us … Continued
by Dr. Joy Chou, ND Fall is that quintessential time of year when kiddos faithfully head back to the classroom and become exposed to a plethora of germs and viruses. Those pesky pathogens inevitably invade the household, often resulting in torturous hours of fever, cough, body aches and utter physical defeat. Of the potential culprits … Continued
This month, our theme is “cold and flu”. Our docs have been hard at work putting together informative articles to help people in our community and beyond do the things within their power to strengthen their immune system, prevent colds and the flu, and to help them pass quickly when they do arrive. We hope … Continued
Foods that help fight virus Hey folks, Since this month’s newsletter is all about Cold and Flu season, I wanted to share this neat article I found that relates to using certain foods to fight off the flu. Give it a try!
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The relationship between exercise and immune function is not as straight forward as many believe. Certainly, most scholars have concluded that a history of regular exercise is associated with increased life expectancy and decreased disease duration when compared to outcomes experienced by a sedentary population. Therefore, it is probably safe to conclude that among the … Continued