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How a Vacation Can Protect You From Sickness

With flu season nearly upon us, it’s time to take the necessary precautions. Get your flu-shot, wash your hands diligently, and book a relaxing vacation. That’s right, if you’re looking for a way to boost your immune system, a new study shows that taking a relaxing vacation is a surefire way to fortify your body. “On a relaxing vacation you allow your body to get out of that defensive posture, reduce your levels of stress,” said Dr.
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