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Category Archives: Asthma
Many doctors warn that the number of people with COPD is rising in epidemic proportions. Grace Ann Koppel (wife of journalist Ted Koppel) was told by her doctor that her past smoking habit was going to kill her. Though Koppel had … Continue reading
A new term has been coined to address the dangers linked to the lingering effects of cigarette and cigar smoke. There has been a lot of research on the effect of second hand smoke (and the results show that second … Continue reading
You would think that smoking outdoors would cause the fumes from cigarette smoke to dissipate and be harmless to passers by. The truth is that whether you are sitting down wind of a smoker, or even exposed to slight amounts … Continue reading
Watch this video for some interesting facts about pollen allergies – including some reasons why more people may be developing allergic conditions. Was this video helpful? Please leave your comments here. Share this:
This time of year is when most people begin planning their summer vacation. If you are one of the 22.2 million people who have asthma in the United States, then this video may help you or your allergic family members when … Continue reading
It is especially hard for children to have pollen allergies. When the weather is warm, pollen-producing plants and trees are flooding the air with allergens, making it difficult for kids with seasonal allergies who want to go outside. The most effective method … Continue reading
How can you tell if you or your child’s symptoms are from a cold or from early seasonal allergies? Here’s a video that offers some extremely helpful clues for telling the two apart. Clue #1: Fever. If you have a fever, it is … Continue reading
Can Cigarette Smoke Be Considered an Allergen? Almost instantaneously, your eyes burn and flood with tears, your nose drips like a facet – then you notice that the tickle in your throat starts to feel more like tightness. In … Continue reading
Most cases of moderate to severe asthma are treated through the use of inhaled medicines. By inhaling the asthma medication, relief is rushed directly to your lungs and bronchial tubes so that your symptoms will clear up faster. Inhaler medicines come in … Continue reading
Finally, a truly hypoallergenic cat makes his television debut on the Rachel Ray Show. A company named Allerca has targeted the gene found in cats that causes allergies. Over the years, Allerca has genetically altered their cats through selective breeding, so that otherwise allergic cat … Continue reading