Health & Wellness
By Editorial Staff
In the past month or so, Americans have progressively emerged from the COVID-19 lockdown that dominated headlines. But while we've seen encouragement on the COVID-19 front, and expect more in the months to come, the forgotten epidemic,1a man-made plague, still thrives ... and may be getting worse.
By James P. Meschino, DC, MS
Part 2 of this important series discusses other antioxidants in addition to vitamins C and D that have also been shown
to be critical to immune function; key phytonutrients; and probiotics.
By Thomas Michaud, DC
Spanish flu, Asian flu, Hong Kong flu and now COVID-19; what can we learn from past pandemics that apply to how we act during this one?
By Phil Harrington, DC, CMLSO, FASLMS
The coronavirus pandemic has affected the lives of millions, either
through direct infection or unprecedented government-imposed quarantines
and stay-at-home orders. Due to its deleterious effects, all
science-based solutions should be explored and implemented if the
benefits outweigh any potential risks.