Wellness Shot: Simple Way To Protect Against The Flu

Flu season is in full swing across North America, you’ll never believe what you can put in your house to help protect you and your family…plants!

The University of Illinois at Chicago researchers have found that when the humidity in your house goes above 40 percent, it's able to reduce the severity and contagious effects of the flu virus.

This is where plants come in! All plants (except cactus and succulent plants) send water out into the air. The larger the greenery, the better protection it can offer. Experts suggest ferns, palms, and ZZ plants work well.

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