Homeopathic Prevention and Treatment of Flu-like Viruses Reply

One of the keys to stopping any virus from progressing is prevention; and then, halting it in its early stages before it has a chance to overcome the immune system. There are numerous medicinal foods and herbs with antiviral properties; however, this article focuses on homeopathic remedies, which are especially effective against viruses when used judiciously and according to directions.


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Home remedies and homeopathic solutions for the prevention and treatment of West Nile and other flu-like viruses

(NaturalNews) West Nile virus and other infectious, flu-like illnesses produce symptoms such as fever, headache, body aches, upper respiratory effects, fatigue, skin rash, and swollen lymph nodes. In rare cases, a severe form of West Nile may develop producing neuroinvasive symptoms affecting the nervous system.

One of the keys to stopping any virus from progressing is prevention; and then, halting it in its early stages before it has a chance to overcome the immune system. There are numerous medicinal foods and herbs with antiviral properties; however, this article focuses on homeopathic remedies, which are especially effective against viruses when used judiciously and according to directions.

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Home Schooling on the Rise in New York City Reply

‘…for a growing number of local students, their classroom is their living room and their teacher is their mom or dad, as the number of parents choosing to home school — or even “unschool” their children — climbed to nearly 3,000 students, according to New York City Department of Education.’

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UPPER WEST SIDE — For most students in New York City, the end of August means stocking up on school supplies, picking up uniforms or school clothes, and wondering who their new teachers and classmates will be.

But for a growing number of local students, their classroom is their living room and their teacher is their mom or dad, as the number of parents choosing to home school — or even “unschool” their children — climbed to nearly 3,000 students, according to New York City Department of Education.

Rina Crane, 38, who lives in Kingsbridge Heights with her husband Mark, a 49-year-old MTA train operator, decided to home school her daughter in 2010 after feeling dissatisfied with the public school in their neighborhood.

“She’s very bright and the teachers couldn’t give her extra work and had to just focus on the kids that were behind, ” Crane said of her 7-year-old daughter, who spent several weeks at P.S. 86 before her mom pulled her out. Crane had attended the same grade school as a child in the 1970s.

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