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Symptoms of Mild Asthma

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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. A number of potential symptoms arise before an asthma attack.

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Frankly, it's an easy-to-read article on mild asthma symptoms for readers who dislike reading complex medical or academic types. However, I need to meantion that this article is especially centered for persons who never experienced asthma symptoms but suspecting he (or she) has developed asthma condition. 

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An easy-to-read article on mild asthma symptoms for readers who dislike reading complex or academic parts. However, I believe this article is especially centered for persons who never experienced asthma symptoms and suspecting that he (or she) might develop asthma condition. 

Medical-Reference's curator insight, November 5, 2013 9:13 AM

Frankly, it's an easy-to-read article on mild asthma symptoms for readers who dislike reading complex medical or academic types. However, I need to meantion that this article is especially centered for persons who never experienced asthma symptoms but suspecting he (or she) has developed asthma condition. 

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Symptoms of Mild Asthma

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Asthma is the chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. If you are an asthmatic, I bet you already know how uncomfortable it is when you have an asthma attack.
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Homeopathy Treatment for Asthma ~ Homeocare International Blog

Homeopathy Treatment for Asthma ~ Homeocare International Blog | Asthma -- The Disease of the Airways | Scoop.it

 Asthma is definitely long term lung disorder that is accepted by form out and irregularities clotting of the bronchial tubes that oscillate air into to and fro from the lungs. Homeopathy creates edge effect free environment. It is protected and donates long lasting relief to victim.


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Evidence that Increased Acetaminophen use in Genetically Vulnerable Children Appears to be a Major Cause of the Epidemics of Autism, Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity, and Asthma

Evidence that Increased Acetaminophen use in Genetically Vulnerable Children Appears to be a Major Cause of the Epidemics of Autism, Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity, and Asthma | Asthma -- The Disease of the Airways | Scoop.it
It appears that the marked increase in the rate of autism, asthma, and attention deficit with hyperactivity throughout much of the world may be largely caused by the marked increase in the use of acetaminophen in genetically and/or metabolically...

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Video: See how the flu vaccine is created - Statesman Journal

Video: See how the flu vaccine is created - Statesman Journal | Asthma -- The Disease of the Airways | Scoop.it
Video: See how the flu vaccine is created Statesman Journal The report also shows that 43% of the kids who died from flu complications were otherwise healthy and didn't have high-risk medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, certain types of...
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The Allergy and Asthma Cure - Allergy and Asthma Products - Asthma

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Free yourself of allergies and asthma once and for all with Dr. Pescatore's breakthrough program " Dr. Fred Pescatore's The Allergy and Asthma Cure reveals a unique and revolutionary understanding of the underlying ...
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How Bitter Medicine Could Clear Up Asthma | MyScienceAcademy

How Bitter Medicine Could Clear Up Asthma | MyScienceAcademy | Asthma -- The Disease of the Airways | Scoop.it
How Bitter Medicine Could Clear Up Asthma and other airway obstructive diseases.
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BPA exposure allegedly tied to development of asthma - Lexology (registration)

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BPA exposure allegedly tied to development of asthma Lexology (registration) A recent study has reportedly identified “an association between postnatal urinary bisphenol A (BPA) concentrations and asthma in children.” Kathleen Donohue, et al.,...
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What Really Causes Asthma (and What You Can Do to Treat It)

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Technorati Tags: allergens, asthma, clinic, health, infraspinatus, reflex, respiratory, riordan.
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Causes of Asthma in Children

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"Today, more than 10% -12% of children in the U.S. are developing childhood asthma and this percentage is gradually increasing for unknown reasons. Though, it is not evident, but the “Hygiene Hypothesis Theory” provides.............."

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How Asthma Affects the Body?

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Asthma is a reversible airway disease, suggestive to cause by a number of genetic and environmental factors. It can be defined as the common chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. The two major factors that causes tightening and swelling of the bronchial passages are: 

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Epigenetics raises the possibility that a smoker can cause grandchildren to get asthma via genetics

Epigenetics raises the possibility that a smoker can cause grandchildren to get asthma via genetics | Asthma -- The Disease of the Airways | Scoop.it

The adverse health effects of smoking can be passed down through multiple generations, according to new experiments conducted at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute. In one experiment, pregnant rats were given nicotine injections that produced asthma in their offspring. What surprised researchers is that third-generation rats (the grandchildren of the smoker rats) also developed asthma. "Nicotine is not only affecting lung cells, [say researchers], but also affecting sex cells in ways that cause the lungs which ultimately develop from those cells to express their genes in the same abnormal ways."

 

Some biologists are highly skeptical of the recent findings because they appear to run contrary to Darwin's theory of evolution. The suggestion that learned traits, such as a smoking addiction, can be passed down genetically to future generations was initially a theory put forth by the French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck that rivaled Darwin's evolution. Today, genetic inheritances of learned traits are known as epigenetic changes, a term that refers to the regulation of gene expression by the chemical modification of DNA, or of the histone proteins in which DNA is usually wrapped. 


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Warning: Beware of the September asthma spike

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Be prepared for the September asthma spike by finding a natural cure. More information at NaturalCures.com

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Children Face Asthma Risk if Mothers Exposed to Pollutants - Scientific American

Children Face Asthma Risk if Mothers Exposed to Pollutants Scientific American Asthma Risk: The offspring of women in a Danish study with the highest concentrations of HCB and PCB-118 were about twice as likely to be on asthma medication between...
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Symptoms of Mild Asthma

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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. A number of potential symptoms arise before an asthma attack.

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Frankly, it's an easy-to-read article on mild asthma symptoms for readers who dislike reading complex medical or academic types. However, I need to meantion that this article is especially centered for persons who never experienced asthma symptoms but suspecting he (or she) has developed asthma condition. 

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Medical-Reference's curator insight, October 5, 2013 2:15 AM

An easy-to-read article on mild asthma symptoms for readers who dislike reading complex or academic parts. However, I believe this article is especially centered for persons who never experienced asthma symptoms and suspecting that he (or she) might develop asthma condition. 

Medical-Reference's curator insight, November 5, 2013 9:13 AM

Frankly, it's an easy-to-read article on mild asthma symptoms for readers who dislike reading complex medical or academic types. However, I need to meantion that this article is especially centered for persons who never experienced asthma symptoms but suspecting he (or she) has developed asthma condition. 

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The Symptoms And Causes Of Asthma In Children - The 2020 vision ...

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The Symptoms And Causes Of Asthma In Children. Asthma is a condition where certain stimuli in the environment narrow the airways for a period of time. During this time, the person has difficulty breathing.
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Amino acid linked to asthma, obesity combo - Futurity: Research News

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Amino acid linked to asthma, obesity combo Futurity: Research News "We will soon begin a small pilot study to see whether citrulline supplements can help alleviate symptoms in patients who fit this profile of late-onset asthma, obesity and...
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Mothers can cut asthma risk in baby by avoiding fish, nuts and dairy, says study - The Guardian

Mothers can cut asthma risk in baby by avoiding fish, nuts and dairy, says study - The Guardian | Asthma -- The Disease of the Airways | Scoop.it
The Guardian Mothers can cut asthma risk in baby by avoiding fish, nuts and dairy, says study The Guardian "Comprehensive allergen avoidance in the first year of life is effective in preventing asthma onset in individuals considered at high risk...
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Simple Solutions To Dealing With Asthma Problems

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Traveling causes extra strain on your already stressed body, which makes your body more susceptible to bothersome asthma triggers. It is also difficult to control your environment while traveling, making it more likely that you ...
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What are the Causes of Asthma?

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"The chronic inflammatory disease of our airways is commonly known as Asthma. Although, the exact causes of Asthma are still unknown, but evidences can support that many factors are playing a part. However, a recent study done by Dr. Richard Locksley and his team"

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