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The Influenza Vaccine: Facts, Fallacies and How to Stay Healthy this Flu Season

by Edward R. Rosick, DO, MPH, DABIHM It seems to be everywhere–on television, the radio, even on advertisements in the theatre before the movie starts. “Have you gotten your influenza vaccine yet?” the ads generally start of with. “The flu season is here–don’t wait to be protected! Get your vaccine now!” It almost seems that […]

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How to Prevent the Flu: Tips from 30 Health and Flu Prevention Experts on the Best Way to Avoid Getting Sick with the Flu this Winter

It’s that time of year again! The season where the temperature drops dramatically, snowfall is inevitable, and your chance of getting sick is at its highest. And while providing natural immune boosting health solutions throughout the year is our specialty here at Del Immune, we know that when it comes to staying healthy during the […]

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When It Comes to the Rhinovirus, We are Outnumbered!

I recently came across an article claiming that the population of rhinoviruses—the primary viruses that causes the common cold—is about one billion trillion. That rhinovirus number is so amazingly huge, that I had to put it into context to even comprehend it: There are about 150 billion rhinovirus particles for every person on the planet. If […]

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Flu Prevention Tips: How to Prevent Seasonal Influenza and Avoid Getting Sick this Season

This year 3 to 5 million people will catch the flu. Seasonal influenza—the virus that causes flu symptoms—starts going around like clockwork every winter. If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, flu season runs from November through March. In the Southern Hemisphere, flu season begins in May and ends in September. Why is the Flu […]

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What is Sinusitis? Learn About Causes, Symptoms and How to Treat Your Sinus Infection

What is Sinusitis? More than 24 million people in the United States suffer from sinusitis: inflammation of the sinuses, which may be due to allergies, infection or autoimmune problems. By way of explanation, the sinuses are open air spaces located in bone cavities surrounding the nose. The job of your sinuses, and it’s a very […]

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