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This article is written in response to some request from friends suffering from asthma and including a young friend and prolific writer here in Knoji. She had been long-time suffering from these allergies and never heard from her or never see her writings for awhile. Asthma is a life-time ailment and need a constant supervision of a professional physician.
Published by Ron Siojo 85 months ago in Allergies | +19 votes | 8 comments
Mucus has a purpose, but too much mucus can cause health problems that range from annoying to making it hard to breath. Excessive mucus can be caused by allergies or the flu and colds. There are certain foods that can cause excessive mucus and also foods that can relieve mucus. Learn about the foods.
Published by Sam Montana 85 months ago in Allergies | +30 votes | 20 comments
Everyday we clean our house inside and out to keep us clean and prevent us from the onset of various diseases. But exposure to dust and air pollution even inside the house can trigger allergies. And these allergies may cause irritation to our eyes, nose and ears that may lead to infection.
Published by Earlynne Zulueta 85 months ago in Allergies | +2 votes | 0 comments
More than 25 million Americans have asthma, including seven million children. This month (May) is Asthma Awareness Month and during the month, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) will work to raise awareness about this chronic condition which, by definition, is a disease that affects the lungs.
Published by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman 85 months ago in Allergies | +5 votes | 1 comments
Asthma is no fun. Not for the child who has the asthma symptoms, and not for the parent or caregiver who’s trying to treat and prevent the symptoms. There are several triggers of asthma symptoms. This article talks about different types of asthma and the medications that are used to treat it.
Published by Samantha Thompson 86 months ago in Allergies | +0 votes | 0 comments
Wild cherry bark, derived from the rose family, has been used for centuries calming and soothing allergy complications, hay fever and asthma. It has anti-bacterial, anti-viral properties along with compounds that calm bronchial issues. Wild cherry bark contains quercetin which is potent for boosting immunity. Supplements, powders and syrups can be found in most health stores.
Published by Cheryl Murphy 88 months ago in Allergies | +14 votes | 6 comments
Having toenail fungus can be unsightly, and painful if not caught early on. In the early stages, you may notice discoloration of the nail bed or your toenail may become thick and might even start to crumble. Tea tree oil, applied at the first signs of the fungus, can help greatly in the appearance and spreading of the fungus. Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic, and can be readily found at most drug stores or super-stores.
Published by Ram Swaroop Bhavanasi 88 months ago in Allergies | +7 votes | 2 comments
Nail funguses can be hard to treat, and frequently they will reoccur. A bad infection can lead to the nail bed separating from the nail. You may also notice a foul odor. Fungal infections can occur in toenails or fingernails, but they are more commonly found in toenails. If you realize toes are generally more covered up in socks and shoes, where they sweat and become moist, itÂ’s a perfect spot for fungi to thrive and grow.
Published by Ram Swaroop Bhavanasi 88 months ago in Allergies | +2 votes | 0 comments
Learn the 4 Common Food Allergies to Avoid for Better Health. This article provides detailed information about the foods that need to be avoided to prevent allergies occurring in the body. There are many kinds of allergies that could occur in our body and natural prevention is still the best thing to consider.
Published by Mark Cruz 88 months ago in Allergies | +4 votes | 2 comments
Allergies bother millions of people and the lucky ones surfing through the content of this report can have a better understanding and better opportunity at their disposal to get the best information on solutions of allergy.
Published by Talha Qadri 89 months ago in Allergies | +3 votes | 1 comments
With over 50 million allergy sufferers in the U.S., co-founders Mark and Allen Barsano created Allergy Be Gone approximately 12 years ago. Knowing for themselves the suffering that goes on with allergies and asthma, their online website links allergy patients with the best products for allergies plus informs the sufferer with educated advice. The company is upfront with results and claims there are no fast results.  Products Air Humidifiers Mold Control Face Masks Dust Mite Barrier B...
Published by Cheryl Murphy 89 months ago in Allergies | +15 votes | 5 comments
Some people have a medical syndrome that causes serious allergic reaction to the cold. This includes weather, food, water, cold objects and sometimes windy damp weather.
Published by Judith Barton 89 months ago in Allergies | +14 votes | 6 comments
Published by Review Summaries 89 months ago in Allergies | +0 votes | 0 comments
Learn about the Top 4 Common Causes of Skin Allergies. This article provides detailed information about the usual reasons why people experience skin allergies.
Published by Mark Cruz 89 months ago in Allergies | +2 votes | 3 comments
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