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Natural Asthma Remedy Tips

Natural Asthma Remedy Tips

Asthma is a condition that effects our respiratory system causing symptoms such as shortness of breath, increased phlegm, coughing and our airways can get constricted. This condition can effect anyone of any age and is usually triggered by an allergen such as dust, pollen, perfumes, cigarette smoke,......[Read More]
Common Triggers of Asthma

Common Triggers of Asthma

Knowing the causes of asthma is the first step to managing this disease. This article examines some of the common triggers with a view to avoiding them and preventing an attack.......[Read More]
Severe Asthma in Children

Severe Asthma in Children

Asthma affects approximately 5 million children in the United States. Of these, almost 200,000 wind up in the hospital, needing incubation and mechanical ventilation. These are the most severe cases of asthma, and while the numbers may be scary, they are improving every year as new medicines and te......[Read More]
Sharp PlasmaCluster Revew: Is This Air Purifier Technology a Gimmick?

Sharp PlasmaCluster Revew: Is This Air Purifier Technology a Gimmick?

The PlasmaCluster Air Purifier Controversy: Is it marketing or innovation? An investigation.......[Read More]
Benefits of Professional Mold Cleanup Service Provider

Benefits of Professional Mold Cleanup Service Provider

Molds are fungus that occurs in moisture saturated environment, generally so it is important to hire some professional Mold Cleanup Company......[Read More]
What Causes Asthma? Your Diet and Surrounding Environment are The Most Decisive Factors

What Causes Asthma? Your Diet and Surrounding Environment are The Most Decisive Factors

There are many causes of asthma, and what may trigger an asthma attack for one person may be a trigger for another person. But there are some causes or triggers that seem to trigger asthma attacks more than others.......[Read More]
What Is Shea Butter?

What Is Shea Butter?

For so over and over I've asked myself what's Shea butter? after I saw those good TV commercials for skin product.......[Read More]
Air Quality

Air Quality

Find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of air quality, including medical reference, news, pictures, videos, and more.......[Read More]
Things I Did to Cope Up With Asthma

Things I Did to Cope Up With Asthma

I developed allergic rhinitis as a young boy, and by the time I got into College, I started experiencing asthma attacks as well. Life is difficult for an asthma sufferer like me, and other people out there suffering from the same condition would agree with me about that.......[Read More]
How to Deal With Exercise-Induced Asthma

How to Deal With Exercise-Induced Asthma

Exercise-induced asthma can be very difficult to cope with, especially if you would like to have an active lifestyle. Being mindful of the symptoms of an attack, the best times to exercise and taking your medicine correctly are the best ways to healthfully deal with your asthma. Make sure to discuss......[Read More]
Allergy Drops

Allergy Drops

Allergy drops have been discovered to do the same thing that the shots have done in the past.The nice thing with the drops, you can do them yourself, at home.No more trips to the doctor.......[Read More]
Wall Street Sees Opportunity In Medical Device Manufacturer Stocks

Wall Street Sees Opportunity In Medical Device Manufacturer Stocks

There is a constant search by many individuals on Wall Street that are looking for new and innovative companies with technology that can change the industry. Historically one of the most successful and lucrative stocks have been those that had to do with medical devices.......[Read More]
What Are the Signs & Symptoms of an Allergy to Olive & White Ash Trees?

What Are the Signs & Symptoms of an Allergy to Olive & White Ash Trees?

Olive trees can cause asthma, allergic rhinitis and allergic conjunctivitis.vineyard and olive tree image by Xavier MARCHANT from Fotolia.comOlive trees have been known to produce severe allergic reactions in people, especially in the first four to five weeks of spring. Those who live.........[Read More]
How to Treat Shyness in Children

How to Treat Shyness in Children

Shy children experience discomfort, insecurity and self-consciousness in social situations, according to The Nemours Foundation. Everyone experiences those symptoms at least one time. For some people, though, the feelings of shyness persist through childhood and into adulthood. In cases of extreme s......[Read More]
Halloween Safety Tips For Your Asthmatic

Halloween Safety Tips For Your Asthmatic

Halloween safety is really important, especially if you or your child have asthma. Learn how to make this a safe Halloween for your asthmatic.......[Read More]
Five Simple Solutions For Your Allergy Symptoms

Five Simple Solutions For Your Allergy Symptoms

When you suffer from allergies, your life can be more difficult. For example, when you want to go out, you have to do research about your destination to make sure that there is nothing that can exacerbate your condition. Fortunately, in this article you can see some useful tips that can help you to ......[Read More]
Help for Eye Allergies

Help for Eye Allergies

Red, itchy eyes? Try these treatments and self-help strategies from WebMD for relief of eye allergies.......[Read More]
Unusual Asthma Symptoms

Unusual Asthma Symptoms

Learn more from WebMD about unusual asthma symptoms that may point to other health conditions.......[Read More]
Coping With Allergies

Coping With Allergies

An allergy is caused by your immune system being over-protective, your body considers particular things to be a threat and this triggers an immunity response, usually consisting of sneezing, runny nose, itchy throat and watery eyes. The main way of counter-acting this effect is to dampen your immune......[Read More]
Fight Ragweed Allergies Without Shots

Fight Ragweed Allergies Without Shots

Shots may be fun when you’re at your local bar, but for too many allergy sufferers, they’re a pesky, even painful, part of ragweed season. Now, researchers report early success testing an under-the-tongue alternative to injections in people with ragweed allergies.......[Read More]