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Wegman's Receives Award
MILWAUKIE, Ore., July 11, 2019 --The American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists (AAHP) has awarded Wegmans Food Markets with the Integrative Medicine Award. This honor recognizes a retailer that promotes and sells products that encompass a broad range of therapeutic approaches to achieve optimal health and wellness for consumers seeking to participate actively in their healthcare.
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Cold, Cough and Flu Season
November is often the beginning of the cold weather season in much of the U.S. It also typically marks the beginning of the cold, cough, and flu season. Many often ask why do flu-like symptoms spread so easily during cold weather months? Researchers think they have an answer.
According to the New York Times,
Peter Palese, a flu researcher who is professor and chairman of the microbiology department at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York (and has published his findings) was reading a paper published in 1919 in the Journal of the American Medical Association on the flu epidemic at Camp Cody in New Mexico, he came upon a key passage: “It is interesting to note that very soon after the epidemic of influenza reached this camp, our laboratory guinea pigs began to die.”
At first, the study’s authors wrote, they thought the animals had died from food poisoning. But, they continued, “a necropsy on a dead pig revealed unmistakable signs of pneumonia.”
Dr. Palese bought some guinea pigs and exposed them to the flu virus. Just as the paper suggested, they got the flu and spread it among themselves. So Dr. Palese and his colleagues began their experiments. By varying air temperature and humidity in the guinea pigs’ quarters, they discovered that transmission was excellent at 41 degrees. It declined as the temperature rose until, by 86 degrees, the virus was not transmitted at all. The virus was transmitted best at a low humidity, 20 percent, and not transmitted at all when the humidity reached 80 percent. The animals also released viruses nearly two days longer at 41 degrees, than at a typical room temperature of 68 degrees.
In the end, the question is this: are viruses that cause flu-like illnesses simply more stable and resilient when air is cold and dry, or are animals more stressed and therefore more susceptible to illnesses when the weather turns cold? Something for the experts to ponder…
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