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The Fever Is Your Friend; Other Ways To Overcome Sickness Naturally by Marillyn B. Posted Wed 15 Apr 2009 12:00am Last week some of us were getting over some sore throats, dripping noses, aching bodies and fevers. First it started with Naomi on Tuesday morning. She woke up with clear, watery dripping nose with a slight fever. I thought maybe her molars were finishing up their work, but kept an eye on her. As the day moved along…she started looking tired ... Read on »
10 Ways to Catch Fall Fever by Kristi S. Posted Tue 03 Sep 2013 4:07pm Hi! Hope everyone had a lovely long weekend. Mine was a perfect mix of work and relaxation. I cleaned the house from top to bottom (yay!), finished up a freelance piece and did a fair share of lounging around, too. The best. So, I have to admit, as I’ve been seeing all the fall-themed posts popping up around the internet, I was s ... Read on »
Natural way to cure asthma and hay fever? by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm Monash University Malaysia's Associate Professor Chow Sek Chuen, an immunotoxicologist, while working on research in UK Medical Research Council in Leicester, on how the immune system reacts to the presence of hookworms in the gut, had found that the immune system was reacting the its presence, but am unable to get rid of it. He and his team of r ... Read on »
3 Ways to Beat Cabin Fever by Lindsey G. Posted Wed 26 Dec 2012 6:29pm It’s that wonderful time of year again … cuddling on the couch with a hot cup of cocoa, praying for snow to decorate the bare trees in your front yard, and spending time with loved ones. These are a few activities that mark the winter season. But it’s also the time of year when it gets dark at five o’clock and low temperatures dissuade you from ... Read on »
YOU GIVE ME FEVER.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 09 Jan 2011 12:00am The first full week of 2011 has come and gone.  How many "resolutions" have you broken already?  Did you actually make any resolutions that had real meaning?  How about resolutions you made for your pet?  According to a recent survey by PawNation.com, these are the most popular resolutions made by pet owners -- Take better care of my pet' ... Read on »
Poléo: The Meandering Ways of Wild Mint by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 27 Jun 2012 9:10pm Herbs of the Canyon: Poléo and the Grasshopper Mouse © Kiva Rose Poléo: The Meandering Ways of Wild Mint by Kiva Ringtail Rose Botanical Name: Mentha arvensis (often considered synonymous with M. canadensis) Common Names: Wild Mint, Corn Mint, Brook Mint, Horse Mint, Corn Mint Energetic Tendencies: Variable temperatu ... Read on »
Understanding Fevers by Dr. David Jernigan Facebook Posted Fri 03 Dec 2010 7:17pm 1 Comment The human race, when viewed over the last few hundred years, is moving away from the inflammatory diseases associated with high fevers toward the more cold illnesses, such as diabetes, cancer, and fibromyalgia.  Today the average person will commonly run a “normal” body temperature between 95-97° F.  Ideally children and adults should ma ... Read on »
Why Some Fevers Can Actually Be Helpful to Your Health by MySuperFoods Posted Mon 17 Feb 2014 10:54am Megan Monday articles are written by Megan Kalocinski, a Certified Nutrition and Health Coach. This time of year often brings an onslaught of colds, coughs, fevers, the flu, and carious other illnesses that we wish would just never exist. For those who catch these illnesses, especially our kids, it can mean long days and nights of feeling ... Read on »
The Health Benefits of Pears by Jan Posted Fri 18 Jun 2010 12:00am Pere by Sabian on Polyvore.com Pears provide a very good source of fiber and are also a good source of vitamin B2, C, E, copper, and potassium. They also contain a significant amount of pectin, which is a water soluble fiber. Pears are actually higher in pectin than apples. This makes them effective in helping to lower ... Read on »
‘Off-the-Charts’ Pollen Counts Bring Misery to Millions by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 12:50pm HealthDay News A cold winter followed by a sudden and sustained warming trend, not to mention the botanical blossoming that global warming has brought, has boosted pollen counts to near-record highs across the United States this spring, experts say. All of that has led to one of the most miserable allergy seasons in ... Read on »