Health News

A Sneeze From Less Vitamin D
Vitamin D is used by the body for a host of processes, including maintaining bone strength, cardiovascular health, and keeing cancer in check. New research shows that it may play a role in allergy development as well.
Managing Asthma Can Reduce ER Trips
When teaching children fire drills, the mantra is STOP, DROP, and ROLL. When teaching asthma attack prevention, a new mantra of MANAGE, ANTICIPATE,  and AVOID is in order.
Itching to Exercise With Asthma and Allergies
It is well established that exercising is crucial for taking care of one's body and living a healthy life. People suffering from asthma and allergies often balk at the idea of gym visits, as many enviromental issues may trigger reactions.
Gardening Gurus Get Hives, Rashes and Itches
Gardening enthusiasts are out in full force. The sun is shining, flowers are blooming and critters are crawling. For some people, touching hazardous plants may irritate eczema and allegeies .
Eczema, Hay Fever Leads to Adult Allergic Asthma
40-year-old birthday presents are full of bad jokes about aging and black balloons. Another bad joke may be around the corner for people in their 40's who had childhood eczema and hay fever.
Diabetes Increases Risks of Cancer
A new study shows that avoiding or controlling diabetes may reduce risks of developing or dying from cancer.
Stop Your Wining!
Do you drink two glasses of wine during allergy season?  Are you tired of suffering with seasonal allergies? You may want to lay off the wine and see if your seasonal allergy symptoms improve.
Allergies play a Significant Role in Asthma Attacks
Is your home, office or school environment aggravating your asthma? Does adding an allergy drug enable better breathing?
Eczema's Effect on Food Allergy
While many children will outgrow their milk allergy, researchers have found that having eczema can reduce a child's chance of outgrowing their food allergies later in life.
Outgrowing Milk Allergy
Milk allergy is the most common food allergy among children. However, new research shows that milk allergy is just a stage for some children.