A few simple tips to halt the flu in its tracks.
'Tis the season of coughs, runny nose and chills and all through the city neighbors are getting sick. You may be asking yourself, “What can I do to stop the flu before the flu stops me?”
Since it’s not realistic to don matching family haz mat suits, move everyone you know to a homestead in the woods, or bathe in hand sanitizer, the following are some daily tips that can reduce your risk of getting sick — and avoid estranging your friends and family.
Often the conversation around flu prevention can get a little muddy and hard to navigate. You have the choice to make it simple or complicated, but I find the simple options don’t break the bank and also support overall health. Take care, Seattle!
— By Brandon Testa, ND (‘15), resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health
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