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Colds

An Overview from Monica Myklebust, M.D.

Have you ever let a whole year pass by without succumbing to a cold? Wouldn’t that be wonderful? Reduction of frequency and intensity of cold symptoms is one of our goals as we present an integrative approach to p.... more

Learn about natural remedies for your Colds
WholeHealthMD doctors recommend specific vitamins, herbs, and nutritional supplements --with dosages, how-to take instructions, and other tips.

Find the right multivitamin
Virtually everyone can benefit from a daily high-potency multivitamin. Let us help you choose the best formula.

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Our experts give you their take on the latest treatments, controversies, and developments for Colds.

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Help your Colds through what you eat
Check out our Food Remedies for this condition, or jump straight to one of our Mega-Recipes for Colds.

Mega Recipes
Pork Mole
Baby Bok Choy with Shiitake Mushrooms
Thai Green Chicken Curry
Penne with White Beans, Carrots & Tomatoes


Keep up on cutting-edge research about Colds
We'll give you important details on recent scientific findings and explain how they may directly affect your health.

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