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Asthma

Healthy Lifestyle: Exercise

According to World Health Organization, an estimated 300 million people suffer from asthma worldwide. In many people, strenuous exercise can worsen their symptoms [1]. Does that means asthmatic people could cannot exercise or get involved in physical activities? Sports and Asthma Many well-known sportsmen have managed their asthma well are …

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Drug Additives

Introduction Additional ingredients in drugs or drug additives are chemical compounds that are present in drugs and food products (Pestana, Moreira & College aims, 2010). According to the Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary, additives are “compounds such as vitamin or preservatives which added to other ingredients to improve the external, improve …

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Safety Of Steroid Inhalers In Children

 Like most diseases, there are many myths and rumours and old wives’ tales surrounding asthma. Some people think that asthma is contagious. Others believe that asthma is a psychological disease and it’s just in the mind. Some even think that asthma is not serious and one cannot die of asthma. …

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Asthma Myths and Facts – Exercise And Asthma

Many people with asthma believe exercise is not an option for them, that it will do more harm than good. The truth is that most asthmatics would likely benefit from some form of regular physical activity. MYTH 1 You cannot exercise and play sports if you have asthma FACT 1 …

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Asthma And Exercise / Sport – Prevention And Tips

Asthma and exercise Like it sounds, exercise-induced asthma is asthma that is triggered by vigorous or prolonged exercise or physical exertion. Most people with chronic asthma experience symptoms of asthma during exercise. However, there are many people without chronic asthma who develop symptoms only during exercise. Treatment Physical exercise and daily recreation are very …

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Asthma And Exercise / Sport

Like it sounds, exercise-induced asthma is asthma that is triggered by vigorous or prolonged exercise or physical exertion. Most people with chronic asthma experience symptoms of asthma during exercise. However, there are many people without chronic asthma who develop symptoms only during exercise. What is Exercise-induced Asthma? Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction affects 40%-90% of people with …

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Asthma And Eczema – Prevention

Asthma and Eczema Childhood eczema (allergic dermatitis) is associated with other allergic diseases such as hay fever, food allergies, and asthma. Eczema may be the first sign of allergies in a child. Half of children with asthma also have eczema. Eczema does not cause asthma or other allergic diseases.. How …

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Asthma And Eczema – Etiology

Eczema: a chronic skin disease Eczema is a word we tend to associate with a red itchy rash. However eczema patients can present not only with red itchy rash, but sometimes with other types of skin lesions. The skin lesions include redness, itchiness, and skin swelling, crusting, cracking and blistering. …

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