September 2017

Natural medicines to weather cold and flu season

Cold and flu season is upon us once again. Many patients will be turning to natural medicines to help fend off the bugs. Get up to speed with the latest evidence about Natural Medicines in the Clinical Management of Cold and Flu in our CE/CME accredited course. You’ll find out whether vitamin C, American ginseng, or garlic are really effective. Plus, learn why probiotics are gaining interest. You’ll also learn why people with allergies should avoid echinacea and why zinc nasal sprays shouldn’t be used.

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