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Even with your asthma or allergy, you won’t give up your beloved pet. Few will. Some make their dogs unexpected stars on YouTube (“Doberman attacking Chihuahua”). Or create montages of their ...

Allergic to Your Pet? Unwilling to Say Goodbye?

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Two friends have reached out ot me here. Now, how can i ask others to be friends of mine? warmly Kare

this community is so welcoming

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I am a woman that has a home remodeling project list that is probably bigger than Bob Villa's. I happened to be sanding a floor to prepare it to apply the polyurethane. While sanding, I noticed ...

KareAnderson commented on misvives' post Exposure to Wood Dust

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• Cindy heard her eight-year son wheezing again. Despite ripping out the wall-to-wall carpets and following the other suggested steps for asthma sufferers, Cindy was worried. His attacks were ...

Do Any of These Situations Sound Familiar to You?

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If your child has any of these experiences she is more likely to snore as an adult: • Being hospitalized for a respiratory infection before the age of two years. • Suffering from recurrent ear ...

Got a Dog? Your Children May Snore Later

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What city is most likely to trigger an asthma attack? Statistically speaking it is Knoxville, a distinction it was unfortunate enough to win in 2004 and 2007 as well. Some of the reasons for this ...

What’s the Asthma Capital for 2008?

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Blankets, toys, gas stoves, computers, and carpets can lead to allergies, asthma, even cancer, and might contribute to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Common indoor potted plants may ...

Best Plants for Better Air at Home

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In part, that’s because of chemicals in their homes, according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine. 1. One big source of indoor air pollution is the off-gassing of chemicals in ...

40 percent of Children in the U.S. Will Develop Respiratory Disease

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Carbon monoxide according to the Journal of the American Medical Association. Yet while 93% of U.S. homes have smoke alarms, the Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that only 15% have ...

What’s the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in the U.S.?

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Researchers comparing air quality in six U.S. cities were “stunned” to learn “that people living in cities with the dirtiest air died on average two years earlier than residents of cities with the ...

Protect Your Children From Dangerous Air Pollution

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You may have a greater chance of getting a heart attack or even die if you use an inhaler and you have the medical condition called COPD a new studyshows. Chemicals in the inhaler may be the ...

Inhalers May Increase the Chance of Heart Attack

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Childhood asthma rates have doubled since 1980. Asthma is the third-ranking reason for a kid to go to the hospital, reports The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and ...

KareAnderson commented on KareAnderson's post Cleaner Air at Home Isn’t Just for Asthmatics

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Childhood asthma rates have doubled since 1980. Asthma is the third-ranking reason for a kid to go to the hospital, reports The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and ...

Cleaner Air at Home Isn’t Just for Asthmatics