According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), flu continues to sweep across the U.S., with a spike last week in cases on the West Coast and early signs that parts of the East Coast may be past the worst of the epidemic. And as of last Friday, 47 states were still reporting widespread influenza activity. So while some of us may have already recovered from our bouts with flu, plenty more of us may still be suffering its symptoms.
To help the unlucky ones, “Manic Managed Mom” Rachel Harris recently appeared on “Your Life A to Z,” a lifestyle morning show on KTVK-TV in Phoenix, Ariz., with a list of “mama home remedies” for colds and flu. Rachel polled her Mom friends on her Facebook page for their tried and true flu solutions and shared them with the “Your Life” audience. Oscillo was among her featured favorites. “Dr. Theresa Ramsey, NMD, a highly regarded naturopathic physician, who appears on our ‘Your Life A to Z’ show every Tuesday agrees that [Oscillo] is good stuff,” says Rachel. “Oscillococcinum is now available in a 30-dose value pack—a perfect size for families. Oscillo has no side effects, and has been shown in clinical studies to help reduce both the duration and the severity of flu-like symptoms.”
For more information on Oscillo and to download a coupon, please visit www.Oscillo.com.
About Rachel Harris: Rachel appears Wednesdays at 10 a.m. on the KTVK Channel 3 (Phoenix, Ariz.) show, “Your Life A-Z,” with her beauty and parenting segments. Rachel first became a KTVK producer on “Good Morning Arizona!” in 1998. In 2003, she helped create the “Your Life A-Z” show. Rachel earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Texas. Calling herself the “Manic Managed Mom,” she cheers on her son’s hockey team and her daughter’s performances in theatre musicals. Visit her website at www.managedmoms.com for tips, recipes and fun tidbits about how to keep those manic mom schedules somewhat managed!