We’ve all felt tired at one point or another, but not everyone experiences exhaustion. I’ll get to it shortly but first I’d like us all to relate to the most common types of fatigue. For
BEFORE YOU CLICK ON THE VIDEO TO WATCH IT I NEED YOU TO KNOW 2 THINGS: 1) I woke up 18 hours after having 103 degrees, with a NORMAL TEMPERATURE, and it has remained normal.
I think I am a real germaphobe because I get very conscious when someone sitting next to me starts coughing, especially when they don’t cover their mouth. I’ll let the first one slide but if
When I was checking out of Sprouts the other day, I noticed the cart in front of me was filled with a lot of junk food and canned items. It was literally 2 degrees outside
"Dear Pharmacist,I’ve got a cold, and I’ve sneezed about a hundred times today! Should I start taking echinacea, and will it help me with the sneezing?"--A.T., Sanibel, Florida Answer: It’s the season for the common
"What are some suggestions to avoid catching cold this season?"--R. P. Albany, New York Answer: The common cold has been around for eon, even though it has morphed a bazillion times. It’s brilliant at outsmarting
"Dear Pharmacist,Do you think it’s a good idea to take antioxidants during the cough/cold season? I am trying hard not to get sick this year." --V.C., Atlanta, Georgia Answer: Yes. Anything you put into your