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Persistent cough/Asthma: It could be more than what meets the eye

Persistent cough/Asthma: It could be more than what meets the eye

Severe chronic forms of asthma should be evaluated for acid reflux which might be playing a role in keeping their asthma uncontrolled.
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Planning to relocate: Things to consider!!

Planning to relocate: Things to consider!!

If you were offered a job in another city—or your current employer asked you to relocate—would you make the move? There are a lot of things to consider when you decide to relocate- cost to rent, new city, new friends etc etc. In addition to all these, people with allergies and asthma have to also worry about the weather and pollen in the area. For example, if you're moving within the next month, ragweed season has started in some parts of the country. It usually starts in mid-Aug...
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Asthma & Stress: Correlation, or No?

Asthma & Stress: Correlation, or No?

Modern medicine knows stress can affect the cardiovascular, immune, gastrointestinal, and central nervous systems. It can also create physiological reactions that can lead to a feeling of airway constriction and an inability to breathe. Sounds like asthma, right? If stress alone causes the feeling of not being able to breathe, just imagine adding asthma to the mix. Many immunologists and researchers now say there is a clear connection between stress and asthma. Stress may cause your asthma sym...
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Are "Hypoallergenic" pets for real?

Are "Hypoallergenic" pets for real?

The prevalence of human allergy to pets has increased over the past several decades, with most individuals being sensitive to cats and dogs. Environmental allergens derived from animals may contribute to illness, particularly for those individuals with a diagnosis of asthma, seasonal allergies or eczema/atopic dermatitis.
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