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By: Evangeline Selden | Sep 21 2011
Daily, moderate having may almost cut in half risking potential building Alzheimer's disorder or perhaps other styles with dementia, in line with new exploration.
A locating adds to a... read more
Seven Ways To Prevent Asthma
By: Ramir Sarmiento | Dec 9 2010
Many believe that if you have asthma, exercise won't be viable for you, as aerobic activities can trigger your condition leading to difficulties in breathing. However, in... read more
The Hold Asthma Has On You
By: Lee M Duncan | Dec 4 2010
You know asthma has a hold on you when you become dependent on the controlling of your asthma symptoms with prescription drugs, inhalers and in some more severe cases... read more
Does Asthma Cause You Stress?
By: Lee M Duncan | Dec 4 2010
If you suffer from asthma then you know that having this chronic disease can leave you feeling helpless. In a lot of cases with asthma, it can become a... read more
How Turmeric Can Help Asthma Symptoms
By: Cullen Adams | Nov 14 2010
Modern medical research is only just discovering the powerful healing and health promoting properties of turmeric. Turmeric is a yellow spice of the ginger family. It is native to Tropical... read more
How Does Your Body Overcome Asthma?
By: Lee M Duncan | Nov 12 2010
The first step to learning how your body can overcome asthma and many other diseases is to first understand how your body works and how asthma may be caused. There... read more
Allergy Induced Asthma - Can I Prevent It?
By: Dawn Tan | Nov 11 2010
Allergy induced asthma is getting more common these days with the rise of pollution inside and outside our homes, offices, environment and surroundings. We may be breathing in... read more
How To Avoid Asthma Triggers
By: Li Thomas | Nov 9 2010
You must be aware of asthma triggers in order to help avoid them. If you or anyone you know or love struggles with asthma, you know how critical it... read more
What You Must Know About Asthma Symptoms
By: Li Thomas | Nov 9 2010
Asthma symptoms can be quite frightening. The exact cause of most asthma isn't known by doctors.
Most researchers believe that it is a combination of factors such as family genes and... read more
Asthma Is Becoming a Serious Problem
By: Lee M Duncan | Nov 9 2010
In the past several years asthma is becoming more common among people and it is especially becoming a serious problem for our children. Since 1978 it has skyrocketed so much... read more
Why Asthma Is On The Rise
By: Tyler D Duncan | Oct 11 2010
There is no mistaking the rise in numbers for people getting asthma. More and more children and adults are having asthmatic issues due to environmental exposures. You and your children... read more
Getting Great Hunter Air Cleaners
By: Yao T Feng | Sep 30 2010
Hunter air cleaners are known to be long lasting, quality air cleaners. With a large variety that is available to choose from, you'll have a lot of decisions... read more
More on Asthma and Vitamin D
By: Soram Khalsa | Sep 13 2010
Another article looking at the importance of vitamin D in patients with asthma has just been published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma, andÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Immunology.
The authors, MS Sandhu... read more
Ways to Stop Asthma Attacks
By: Mitch Martin | Sep 10 2010
There are effective ways to stop asthma attacks. These are extremely useful techniques to prevent your asthma attack before it happens at the same time during the attack.
Asthma is considered... read more
Natural Or Conventional Treatments For Asthma?
By: Joy Idries | Aug 24 2010
Asthma is a medical condition which affects the respiratory system, gradually causing general problems in breathing which can be both very distressing and sometimes dangerous.
Inflammation in the bronchial tubes... read more
The Buteyko Breathing Method For Asthma
By: Suzanne Zacharia | Jul 21 2010
Asthma is a physical tightening of the airways. These can tighten so much that the sufferer can literally suffocate to death. It follows that no matter what else is involved,... read more
Asthma Mist Review - #1 Asthma Treatment
By: Richard C. Griffin | Jul 11 2010
Asthma is a fatal lung disease that inflames and narrows airways. It causes shortness of breath, chest tightness and inveterate periods of wheezing. Coughing is another symptom of Asthma... read more
Symptoms of Childhood Asthma
By: Emma Reynolds | Jun 25 2010
Asthma symptoms can be quite hard to detect because they are quite similar to allergy and cold symptoms. This is also the reason why asthma in children is usually misdiagnosed.... read more
Life With Asthma
By: Liam Edmenson | Jun 7 2010
Living Well With Asthma
All chronic diseases require some lifestyle modifications and a clear action plan to minimize their damage, and asthma is no different. It is important to realize... read more
Need Help With Asthma?
By: Aaron Prinkey | May 24 2010
More and more people seem to be suffering from asthma and other breathing problems. In addition to air pollution and sedentary lifestyle both have bearing on the statistics. Studies show... read more
Extrinsic Reasons of Asthma
By: | May 24 2010
There are many people in the world today that are suffering from asthma extrinsic. It does not matter where you come from or what your lifestyle is. Anyone can become... read more
Causes of Asthma
By: | May 24 2010
Asthma is a chronic disease that makes the breathing very difficult. It is caused by inflammation of the airway passages that blocks the oxygen from entering the lungs. The most... read more
Asthma - Symptoms and Triggers
By: Christopher JA Wang | May 24 2010
Asthma is a common respiratory disease that affects a person's airways. Around 7 percent of the US population has asthma, ranging from mild to chronic types. During an asthma... read more
Asthma Treatment and Precautions
By: | Apr 14 2010
Asthma is related to the problems in respiratory system or in lungs. It sometimes results in choked breathing. There may be a number of causes of asthma but major one... read more
How Manage Your Asthma
By: Mike Crimmins | Apr 4 2010
Often I hear people asking how do you manage asthma? There isn't a cure for asthma, but there are ways to bring it under control.
If you are your loved... read more
Beware of Asthma Drugs
By: Charlie X Smith | Apr 3 2010
Although some of the frequently prescribed asthma drugs can be life-saving in an emergency, overuse or long-term use of most asthma medications can produce severe side effects. Oral corticosteroids,... read more
4 Steps to Reduce Asthma
By: Mohamad Ali | Apr 3 2010
Asthma is a lung disorder whereby the bronchial airways are inflamed and constricted. There is also excess mucus production and this is due to injury to the airway surfaces. The... read more
5 Asthma Coping Strategies
By: Debbie Davis | Apr 3 2010
Regardless of its severity, there are numerous strategies for coping with asthma on a number of different levels. There are strategies for medications, monitoring, early warning signals,... read more
Aromatherapy And Asthma
By: Marge Clark | Apr 3 2010
Be aware that there is NO WAY to predict what oils can or will trigger an attack in an individual. Quite obviously, if you know you are allergic... read more
Do Children Grow Out of Asthma?
By: Miriam Dawson | Apr 2 2010
Parents are usually the ones who are greatly affected, when they see their child having an asthma attack. It bothers them so much especially when they can do nothing... read more
Salt Therapy - Natural, Non Invasive and Efficient!
By: Livia Tiba | Apr 2 2010
Speleotherapy or underground salt mine therapy is an alternative and complementary therapy method for asthma and other respiratory diseases, used in Eastern and Central Europe for many years.ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â
Based on... read more