It's That Time of Year Again

Coughing, sneezing, sniffling, wheezing, aching muscles and chills - while it may be getting close to the "most wonderful time of the year," cold and flu season comes first and usually brings these symptoms along with it.

Although most of the symptoms of the common cold and flu are typically caught at home, kids usually take in some of the symptoms from being in the nurse's office, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention web site.

According to the CDC Web site, cold and flu season peaks around November and runs strongly until April.

So do what needs to be done now, in order to prevent colds and the flu from happening to you and your family. 

Boost the disease fighting capabilities of your immune system through proper elimination, exercise, and nutrition.
Paul Eilers is an Independent Member of The AIM Companies™