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Combat Flu Season By Making Your Own Hand Sanitizer

It's cold and flu season (and has been for a while).  We heed all the warnings.  Wash your hands, cough and sneeze into your elbow instead of your hands and stay home if you are feeling ill.  Of course, people are also using an abundance of hand sanitizer, which makes your hands dry out.  But, I found one that is alcohol free that you can make at home from jill at onegoodthingbyjillee.com

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If You Get Cold Sores Often, You May Suffer From Memory Loss

A new study out now says there might be a connection with cold sores and loss of memory. All bacteria infections are contributing to the loss of memory and may be the bridge to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.

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Moderate Exercise Helps Fight Cold, Flu

I know the calendar says Spring is here, but the weather has yet to join the fun for more than a day or two.  When it warms up officially, the last thing we want is a lingering cold.  To help stay healthy,  exercising can be a key part of your life.
Ingrid Ozols Perdue runs several miles a week, lifts weights, cycles, does Pilates and even gets in an occasional kickboxing workout -- a regimen she credits with keeping her free of colds and the flu.

"I really haven't been ill," said the 50-year-old dermatologist from the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel. "I think I'm healthier when I exercise. I think it's positive for me."

Experts say she's right -- to a point.

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