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Three Ways to Improve Exercise with Asthma

Three Ways to Improve Exercise with Asthma Many people with asthma find their breathing worsens with exercise, but asthma does not need to limit exercise! So, how can we improve exercise performance and minimize limitations in spite of asthma?...

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Nasal Allergies

What is Allergic Rhinitis? Nasal allergies, also known as allergic rhinitis or hayfever, are very common. In fact, allergies are one of the most common health conditions leaving patients to seek medical attention. Symptoms of nasal allergies...

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Are my sinus problems caused by my allergies?

Individuals with nasal allergies do tend to have more sinus problems, including sinus infections. Although not everyone with sinus problems has allergies, because many do, it is often helpful to do allergy testing in people with chronic or...

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Is it allergies? Take this quiz!

Is it allergies? Take this quiz! Do you have a runny nose? Do you sneeze a lot? Do you have red, itchy eyes? Are you constantly tired? Do you have trouble breathing through your nose? If you answered yes to these questions, you are probably...

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Camping with Allergies

Problems with allergies and asthma often limit a person’s ability to enjoy outdoor activities, especially during allergy season. This is often very problematic during the more intense, prolonged outdoor exposure people have while camping. To...

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5 Steps to Allergy Free Spring:

5 Steps to Allergy Free Spring: 1- Keep the outdoors outside: · Keep windows closed, run the air conditioner instead · Keep pets, and the pollens they carry around, out of the bedroom 2- The pollen count is highest in the morning. Limit...

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Allergy and Asthma Treatment During Pregnancy

While a miraculous process, pregnancy can certainly contribute to many health problems (in addition to all the difficulties and struggles of pregnancy itself). Although the statistics are not exact, probably about one third of women with asthma will find...

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Immunotherapy Schedule: What You Need to Know

Allergy, Medical Concept with Selective Focus. Allergy, Medical Concept with Pills, Injections and Syringe. Allergy Diagnosis, Medical Concept. Composition of Medicaments. 3D Render.[/caption] There are two phases to allergen immunotherapy....

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Allergy Testing!

Most people do not know if they have allergies or what is causing an allergic reaction- they just simply know that they feel miserable. Luckily, there is a simple way to determine what one is allergic to: allergy testing, a process most...

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Celiac vs. Wheat Allergy

In the past few years, there has been a lot of talk about celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and wheat allergies. What some people don’t realize is that these conditions are all different from each other. We will discuss the differences and...

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Insect Stings: Allergic vs. Normal reaction

Sometimes it’s difficult for patients to be able to tell the difference between a normal reaction and a true allergic reaction when they are stung by an insect. So how can you tell the difference? Here are a few pointers to help you to know...

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Asthma vs. Migraines

A recent study showed that people who have episodic migraines and asthma are twice as likely to develop chronic migraines compared to people with episodic migraines who do not have asthma.   There are several ideas as to how these could be...

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