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Microbe vs Terrain Theory

There's a story behind this quote I think everyone should hear. I want to share it with you today but first... I have to be clear. I've seen this quote shared with messages against masks.┬áThis is not how I interpret the message here. Masks, social distancing, hand washing are all part of how we are… Continue reading Microbe vs Terrain Theory

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Coronavirus Support Guide: How to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Immune System

This week, in between making lunches and games of CandyLand, I've been compiling some of what I think are the most important things to make us our most resilient in the midst of this coronavirus pandemic... I'll tell you I'm not the expert on viruses, pandemics, surviving quarantine for weeks on end... what I am… Continue reading Coronavirus Support Guide: How to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Immune System

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What Everyone Needs to Know About Stress and the Immune System

We've heard it before: Stress is like kryptonite to our health, particularly our immune system. The more we're able to reduce stress, to even avoid entirely (yes, it's totally possible.... I'm going to show you how), the stronger your immune system will be and the more resilient you'll be overall. Usually this is where I… Continue reading What Everyone Needs to Know About Stress and the Immune System

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10 Ways To Boost Your Natural Immunity

We're all on high alert right now with the spread of COVID-19 happening around the world. There's a lot of information coming at us about this virus and it can be hard to make sense of what's real, what to expect and what to do with it all. One important thing to remember: There are… Continue reading 10 Ways To Boost Your Natural Immunity

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5 Things I Do (and Don’t) When My Kids are Fighting a Cold

As not fun as it is to have a sick kid, I gotta admit, I do love the couch snuggles... One of us was sick last week (can you tell which one?) with a fever, runny nose and a cough. Thankfully the really "sick" part only lasted about 24 hours, which I credit a lot… Continue reading 5 Things I Do (and Don’t) When My Kids are Fighting a Cold