Hi-Health Empower — Immune Support

How To Stay Healthy During Cold And Flu Season

Posted by Dr. Jeff Pearl, MD on

How To Stay Healthy During Cold And Flu Season

With cold and flu season around the corner, there is no better time to stock up on hand sanitizer, supplements and boost your immune system. Now while many of you may be worried about the recent Ebola outbreak, and we certainly should be concerned and vigilant, it is far more likely that many of us will be exposed to and possibly catch a cold or...

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Allergies? Here’s What To Do

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Allergies? Here’s What To Do

SPONSORED POST It’s that time of year when seasonal allergies may emerge. We all know the symptoms including sneezing, runny nose and watery eyes. And we know some of the triggers for these symptoms, like pollens in the air. But why do some of us experience these symptoms and others not? Many factors play a roll including immune response, histamine regulation, prostaglandin metabolism and mucous...

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Ways To Boost Your Immune System During Allergy Season

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Ways To Boost Your Immune System During Allergy Season

An important infographic about immune health (especially during allergy season)!

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The Difference Between Allergies & A Cold

Posted by Dr. Jeff Pearl, MD on

The Difference Between Allergies & A Cold

Is this just my allergies? How many times have you heard or said that when you sneeze, have a runny nose or watery eyes? What are allergies and what is a real cold? A cold is usually caused by a virus such as Rhinovirus which causes inflammation and swelling of the nasal passages. That comes with that an overproduction of fluid…a runny nose. This fluid...

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Tips to Reduce The Symptoms of Seasonal Allergies

Posted by Cheri Rifkin on

Tips to Reduce The Symptoms of Seasonal Allergies

Unfortunately, reports show that this year could be a tough one for those who suffer from seasonal allergies. You know the symptoms; sneezing, watery, itchy eyes, and a runny nose. Typically, I don’t have to deal with allergies until the farmers begin to cut hay in the fall but experts say this year may be worse than ever. Allergens flood the air and I try...

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