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Is an IV the New Chicken Soup for the Flu?

Is An IV the New Chicken Soup For The Flu?

Pregnancy & Morning Sickness: Is IV Nutrition the Answer?

Morning sickness can zap your energy, leaving you feeling ill all day, and cause you to drop out of doing the things you love. There are medical complications to consider with morning sickness, as well. It can lead to dehydration and malnutrition. Severe cases cause tearing of the esophagus creating a bleed that requires medical attention. For the baby, it can meanto low birth weight because mom isn’t getting proper nutrition during some key developmental […]

What Do Celebrities Know About IV Therapy?

Feeling tired? Energy levels low? Maybe you drank a bit too much last night?  Why not try one of the latest celebrity health fads? Intravenous IV vitamin therapy. More and more celebrities talk about IV therapy and the boost it gives them. Some of its celebrity proponents? Madonna, Simon Cowell, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Jane Fonda, Kelly Osbourne, and Cindy Crawford.  A few weeks ago Rihanna even Tweeted a picture of herself getting an IV […]

Does IV Therapy Give You An Immunity Boost?

Feb. 6, 2018 / 11:42 AM CST / Updated Feb. 6, 2018 / 11:42 AM CST By Vivian Manning-Schaffel Reprinted from NBCNews.com Looking for a flu immunity boost? The flu is everywhere and I do mean everywhere: we are officially experiencing the biggest outbreak in years. And when you live in New York City, riding the subway is like Russian Roulette — just clutching a pole during a bumpy ride (and forgetting to wash your hands right […]

IV flu therapy is the new chicken soup for flu recovery

Flu Recovery: Why IV Therapy Is The New Chicken Soup For Wellness

Don’t have time for the flu? You’re not alone. Thousands of Americans try unsuccessfully to bypass the flu every year – without much luck! Influenza is a potentially dangerous condition that can not just lay you low for a few days, but can also lead to some serious complications and in worst cases even death. Many people think of the flu as a more severe version of a cold, but there are some significant differences […]