Tag: allergies

Peak allergy season brings more heart attacks

During peak pollen months when allergies are at their worst, heart attacks increase by as much as 16 percent. Here’s how to enjoy the spring bloom without putting your heart in danger.

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Probiotics alleviate seasonal allergies

When it comes to allergies you don't have to suffer through it with sniffling and sneezing - because a new study shows that a probiotic combo can lessen your allergy symptoms. Here's how to get relief.

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Vitamin D helps to reduce asthma-related hospital visits

Vitamin D can cut your chances of a severe asthma attack, keeping you out of the emergency room and away from an extended stay in a hospital bed.

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The link between antibiotics and type 1 diabetes

One out of every 300 children will be diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and that number is steadily rising. According to the latest research, giving kids too many antibiotics too early in life [...]

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The cleaner your home, the greater your risk for asthma

Our increasing desire to be germ-free is making us sicker, and a recent study confirms what we’ve already known for a while: People who are exposed to more allergens are less likely to develop [...]

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Your bed could be a health hazard

Dust mite poop is found in 80 per cent of beds, but that’s not all that can make your bedroom a filthy health hazard. Your sheets, pillows, and mattress are a breeding ground for fungi and [...]

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New dangerous psoriasis drug approved

Big Pharma’s new psoriasis drug just recently received approval from the FDA, in spite of a KNOWN risk that you’ll commit suicide if you take it.

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The REAL reason you have dark circles under your eyes

Reader’s Question: I’ve had dark circles under my eyes for years, and I’ve never really gotten a good explanation why. Is there anything I can do to improve their appearance, or should I just [...]

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Could processed foods raise the risk of autoimmune diseases?

I’ve traveled all around the world researching the latest alternative breakthroughs to help my patients and readers achieve their health goals. But back at home – with the glowing string of chain [...]

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The link between hay fever and mental illness

According to research, published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research, hay fever sufferers are four times more likely to develop severe depression, bipolar disorder and even schizophrenia.

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