Tag Archives: Asthma

Diverse Gut Bacteria Lowers Babies’ Asthma Risk: Study

Diverse Gut Bacteria Lowers Babies’ Asthma Risk: Study

  Miami, United States – Children at high risk of getting asthma may be missing some important gut bacteria in their first few months of life, according to a study Wednesday ...

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Pollution Revolution: How to Combat Air Pollution

Pollution Revolution: How to Combat Air Pollution

  Air pollution has a variety of contributors from stationary sources, like factories and power plants, to natural sources, like forest fires and dust storms. Air pollution has been shown ...

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Asthma as a Public Health Issue

Asthma as a Public Health Issue

  It is estimated that asthma affects around 235 million  people  worldwide 2  with  250,000 annual worldwide deaths recorded. Another 100 million people are projected to suffer from the disease ...

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New Asthma Combination Therapy to Improve Patient Practices

New Asthma Combination Therapy to Improve Patient Practices

  Manila, 29 January 2015 – Afflicting some 235 million across the globe, asthma continues to pose significant public health concerns[1]. In the Philippines, it is estimated that 6.2 percent ...

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10 Mysterious/Unusual Symptoms Your Kids Might Show

10 Mysterious/Unusual Symptoms Your Kids Might Show

  Sometimes your kids show unusual symptoms, and you don’t know where they came from. Find out if they are red flags for health problems that require immediate attention. 1. ...

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How Food Additives and Food Coloring Affect Your Child’s Health

How Food Additives and Food Coloring Affect Your Child’s Health

  GROWING KIDS – There are over 3,000 known additives, and the number is increasing. These chemicals, natural or otherwise, have different effects on different people. One individual may have ...

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Asthmatic First to Die from Enterovirus in Canada

Asthmatic First to Die from Enterovirus in Canada

  OTTAWA, October 17, 2014 (AFP) – A young asthmatic has become the first Canadian to die in an international outbreak of the respiratory enterovirus D68, officials announced Friday. Public health officials ...

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