Health Tips

A Magical Health Potion

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Did you know that you have access to a magical health potion? No, it’s not found on some shady website in a dark corner of the Internet. And no, you don’t need to be a wizard to activate it. It’s available to most everyone and yet, many don’t fully realize its powers.

It’s a clear, odorless potion–so simple really, that most don’t realize how powerful its effects can be. With regular use, this magical liquid can:

  • Remove toxins from the body
  • Aid in digestion and helps prevent constipation
  • Smooth the skin and gives it a glow
  • Help you lose weight
  • Increase energy levels
  • Help lubricate painful joints
  • Fight off illness by boosting your immune system
  • Energize muscles
  • Fight fatigue

What is this magical health potion? You know it by one word:

water crop


Water is essential to good health; it’s a nutrient your body needs every day and especially in warmer climates where higher temperatures can result in an increased loss of fluids. If your water intake isn’t increased to match your output, you can easily become dehydrated, which is why keeping a water bottle with you wherever you go is a great idea.

So, make sure to take advantage of this magical health potion. Your body will thank you for it. It’s an inexpensive, easy way to improve your health, one sip at a time.


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Your Choice during Flu Season

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It’s flu season…that time of year when germs seem to congregate in one place. It’s kind of like a Virus Convention with each virus trying to outdo the next. And while there are many steps you can take to combat these germs-steps like eating right, getting plenty of sleep, and drinking lots of water-one of the most effective steps is actually the easiest…

and a heck of a lot more convenient than wearing gloves all day.


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A New Immunization Schedule

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new recommendations for when children should receive immunizations. Click HERE to learn more, including which children should receive early measles immunizations prior to their 12 month wellness visit and follow the chart below to stay on track.