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Viruses: What They are, How They Spread, and How We Fight...

Viruses are not alive, at least in the classical sense. While they're made of proteins and genes like living things, they need to interact...

Elderberries are more effective than vaccines at protecting you against colds...

( Natural News) This year, the American winter has seemed especially long and cold. Though spring is just around the corner,...

10-Year-Old Girl Dies After Being Diagnosed with Flu and Strep Throat

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Anti-vax movement among top 10 global health threats for 2019, World...

The anti-vaccination movement made the list of the World Health Organization's top threats to global health in 2019. The organization said some people's reluctance...

A Simple Whiskey Cocktail Will Help You Battle Flu Season

Science says that drinking in moderation-as in two cocktails a day-can boost the body's immune system. But if you catch the dreaded influenza virus...

Anti-vaccine movement is resulting in first deaths, says expert

Dr. Peter Hotez, a vaccine expert, said in an interview that aired Wednesday on Hill.TV's "Rising" that the anti-vaccine movement is resulting in deaths...

Unvaccinated child from Florida becomes first death of the flu season

A child in Florida has become the first person to die of the flu this season, according to state health officials. State epidemiologists say...

Drinking A Little Whiskey Might Actually Help Relieve Cold Symptoms

There's no real cure for the common cold, but a little bit of whiskey or bourbon (that's a little bit, we said) could offer...

Bill Gates Thinks a Coming Disease Could Kill 30 Million People...

If there's one thing that we know from history, it's that a deadly new disease will arise and spread around the globe.That could ...

Doctor warns world about

( Natural News) The existence of chemtrails used to be a topic of debate, but they are now being more widely...