Browsing Tag Asthma

DIRT-FREE LIVING AND ASTHMA

Keeping your children bacteria free might lead to asthma, says a new study. Canadian researchers from the University of B.C. and BC Children’s Hospital have discovered that babies at high risk of developing asthma have low levels of four types of bacteria in their gastrointestinal tracts – and replacing those microbes might prevent the disease. more…

ILNESSES ARE MOST DIRECTLY RELATED TO OUR THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS (12 MOST CHRONIC CONDITIONS OR THE DOZENS DISCOMFORTS)

- Asthma and allergies – Chronic fatigue syndrome – Depression – Fibromyalgia – Hypertension – Irritable bowel syndrome – Migraine headache – Phantom pain – Post traumatic stress disorder – Rheumatoid arthritis – Skin conditions ( especially, eczema and psoriasis) – Ulcer

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FAST FOOD MAY BOOST RISK OF ASTHMA, ECZEMA

  A new study has found, that eating a fast-food meal more than three times a week, affects the immune system. For kids, that increases the risk of asthma and eczema. At the European study, researchers looked a survey data from two groups of children – 319,000 participants from 50 countries aged 13-14 and another more…

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APPLE JUICE EFFECTIVE AGAINST ASTHMA

    A child drinking apple juice at least once a day is half as likely to suffer from wheezing as children who drink it less than once a month. The data were published in the European Respiratory Journal based on report from Britain’s National Heart and Lung Institute. The impact it has seems to more…

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