Image courtesy of the National Archives The Great Influenza of 1918-1919 Occurring in three distinct waves[1-4] at the tail end of World War I, the Great Influenza was the most lethal influenza pandemic in history, which, worldwide, is believed to have killed approximately 50 million people[1-3]—although estimates of numbers of victims range from 20 million… Read more »
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They may look nutritious, but they’re actually not so good for you. Many of my clients think they eat pretty healthfully in general. So they’re often surprised when I recommend nixing snacks they believed were smart choices. But once they hear why their go-tos aren’t ideal, they’re all for making the switch to options that actually… Read more »