Is It a Cold or the Flu?
Your nose feels blocked, your throat is sore and you’re starting to feel achy. You’re sure you’ve caught the cold that’s making the rounds — but then again, flu season is under way. Is there a simple way to figure out what exactly you’re coming down with? If so, should colds and flu be treated differently?
Worried About Flu Vaccine Shortages?
3 Big Reasons Not to Panic
Take a deep breath and relax! The best way to keep from getting sick this winter is to prevent the spread of germs. NFO dispels three big myths about the flu and gives you insight on flu prevention.
The Facts on the Flu
Make an informed decision after consulting multiple sources of information and discussing your questions with one or more health professionals.
Immune-Boosting Supplements for Winter Health
Holiday cheer isn’t the only thing that abounds this winter: Cold weather ushers in the sniffles, sneezes and coughs of cold and flu season. Check with your health care provider to see if any of these supplements can help your family avoid illness or feel better quickly in the event you do get sick.
I have three children, and it seems like someone is always sick at our house.
Is there any thing I can do nutritionally to help keep my family healthy and illness-free?
Home Remedy for Coughs
Here are two of my favorites (excerpted from my book, Gentle Healing for Baby and Child ... A Parent's Guide). The first is prepared and consumed right away, while the second may be prepared and stored in your refrigerator all winter long.