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Be cautious about the Indigo baggage allowance

26th April 2011
Travelling through air one must know the baggage allowance offered by the airlines. The Indigo baggage allowance does not allow the passenger to carry knives, scissors or any weapon. But, it permits the passenger to carry the drug or inhaler with the doct... Read >
Author: SameerDsouza

Handling An Asthma Attack:asthma first aid treatment

05th August 2010
asthma affects many people and nothing is scarier than when you feel the power of an asthma attack. You might come across a person who is having an asthma attack as there are many things that can cause this. When you see a person who needs first aid treat... Read >
Author: white7782

Best way for Migraine Treatment

15th July 2010
Presently There are many different ways you can find if you having really a bad headache to a migraine. http://www.babaramdevmedicines.com/ramdev-medicines/migraine-headache.htm headache symptoms in fact could vary by person to person condition. The... Read >
Author: dr jany

Cat With Asthma - Helping Your Cat Breathe Right

08th January 2010
Cat with asthma occurs in 1% of cats with a higher incidence in Siamese cats. The disease is reversible with conventional and natural medications. It is believed that allergens in the environment such as pollen or other environmental toxins such as cigare... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

How to Deal With Chinchilla Allergies

25th August 2009
Even though they appear rather small, Chinchillas are able to emit certain types of proteins that can cause allergies to people and is usually passed on through saliva and urine. Also, Chinchillas oftentimes shed off their fur every few months and this ca... Read >
Author: jimmendez0529

Panic Attack Chest Pain: The Variation Between An Asthma & A Panic Attack!

14th May 2009
The majority of times, people undergoing an asthma attack frequently feel as though they are suffering from a panic attack. In contrast, a large amount of people who are having panic attacks sometimes get it confused with asthma attack in their heads. For... Read >
Author: Tywford Lamai

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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