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Eliminating Cat Dander---5 Ways To Keep It Under Control

31st August 2012
The protein in cat dander affects millions. Breathing high levels of it consistently can trigger allergy and asthma symptoms, and cause respiratory problems to develop in those who were otherwise healthy. Dander is dead flakes of skin that are constan... Read >
Author: Debbie

Cork Flooring Pros And Cons

25th February 2011
The following article briefly covers cork flooring pros and cons and additional basement floor covering troubles homeowners deal with. When people consider renovating or upgrading flooring in their basement the prospective owner of the home has perhaps an... Read >
Author: Michael Bachman

The Health and Beauty Benefits of Vitamin D and Postpartum Depression

07th February 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Ann Sandretto Believe it or not, the health benefits of Vitamin D can be achieved with a little sun worship. Vitamin D, a steroid vitamin, encourages the absorption and metabolism of calcium and phosphorous. An individual who is expo... Read >
Author: Ann Sandretto

For asthma SINGULAIR just once a day.

04th October 2010
In children today asthma is perhaps the most chronic illness, affecting one in every fifteen. In adults about one in every twenty North Americas is afflicted. Since the 1970s the prevalence of asthma has increased significantly and as of 2009, asthma has ... Read >
Author: Danny

How Air Duct Cleaning Reduces Allergies?

07th May 2010
Does your air cooling system need duct cleaning? Because of its surface area it attracts pollution. Rat dropping can also be in your duct system. Air pollution can also settle in the ducts. An air duct cleaning service can eliminate this contamination. Re... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Eating Certain Foods Can Affect Your Breathing

25th January 2010
Is there a connection between Asthma and Diet? Yes. What you consume very much so affects the functioning of your respiratory organs-it affects everything. Consequently, if one is seeking to control asthma symptoms and attacks, this is the one factor one ... Read >
Author: Bennett Diaz

Treatment in Status Asthmaticus

13th August 2007
Status asthmaticus is an acute episode of asthma that remains unresponsive to standard treatment with bronchodilators. It occurs when asthma symptoms - difficulty breathing, wheezing with retractions, and coughing - fail to improve even with emergency med... Read >
Author: Alien

Does Altitude Affect Your Asthma?

24th November 2005
If you have asthma and you enjoy outside activities that take you to higher elevations or much, much higher, the possible danger has certainly crossed your mind. Well, the news isn't all bad, though it is cautionary. Asthma is a chronic lung condition,... Read >
Author: David Silva
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