Chances are that you know someone with asthma. In fact, if there are just 15 people in your family or extended family, then it is probable that you are related to someone with asthma. Asthma effects about 20 million...
This article looks at how asthma and allergy symptoms, especially allergy asthma, can be managed by using dehumidifiers and whether or not there is any benefit for asthma and allergy sufferers.
An interview with Dr. Mary Ann Block reveals a treatment for asthma that does not rely on using asthma inhalers. She uses a peak flow meter to test for allergies, provocation neutralization, and magnesium to treat her...
Bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the small airways due to inflammatory reaction and remodeling. This is brought about by T-helper cells, B cells, mast cells and macrophages.
Asthma information on inhalers, what symptoms to look for and how to treat it. The following information comes from a person who also suffers from asthma and had to find and alternative way to get treatment just...
Asthma is an incurable chronic disease of the airways in the lungs. This article provides an introduction to asthma, with an overview of the fundamentals, such as triggers, treatment and management.
Asthma is a disease in the airways of the lungs that produces constant chest tightness, breathlessness and could lead to various hospital visits.
A diet that is rich in nutrients and omits harmful foods may help to control asthma. Asthmatics must take prescribed medications even if they have a good diet, however.
Asthma's been around for millennia. This article takes a brief look at the highlights of asthma and asthma treatment over the centuries.
Asthma can be very frightening when breathing is restricted. Essential oils can help with relieving the symptoms and calming the patient and returning breathing back to normal. A range of herbs and vitamins can help to...
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