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Reducing Asthma Risk

Posted in Asthma, Lifestyle, Lung / Pulmonary

Along with air pollution, and mouse and cockroach exposure, add natural gas stoves to the list of factors that exacerbate asthma in kids, a Johns Hopkins study concludes.’ Nadia Hansel, the study’s lead investigator, says if possible, parents should choose another cooking option

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Arthritis Associated with Allergies

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, The Body, Women's Health

Arthritis can be associated with allergies. Much like we talk about knee pain and joint issues with allergies, we can see arthritis. But, if you really think about it, that makes sense. What arthritis often is is the body attacking itself. Kind of recognizing itself as foreign and attacking. In the case of arthritis, that’s [&hellip

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Sports and Growth Plate Injuries

Posted in Ache / Pain, Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, The Body, Women's Health

One of the things that pediatricians are looking at more and more now are growth plate injuries. There are little areas called growth plates in the legs, in the arms, and various parts of the body in young children. As they approach adolescence and they’re playing sports more, these growth plates actually can be damaged [&hellip

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Tooth Development in Children

Posted in Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics

Teeth develop at certain stages.  Usually, we see the first tooth at about six months of age and a tooth every month thereafter, but that's not consistent.  I've talked earlier, and many times, about not trying to compete.  Many parents will say, "My child doesn't have teeth.  What's going on?"  I had a dentist once [&hellip

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Dust Mites Create Allergy Problems

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Women's Health

The dust mite is about as tiny as any mite can get. It’s impossible to see, but what we realize is, with a dust mite, there can be problems. The problems associated with dust mites is the fact you can have allergies, and allergies to dust can be problematic. The dust mite cannot be eradicated. [&hellip

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