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Do I have to carry the two Epipen’s my doctor prescribed, or can I divide them to accommodate for school and home? Yes, the 2 EpiPen’s given by your doctor are not to be divided so you can have one for school and for the road. Up to 20% of...
FrameworkBy Anna Gorman CALEXICO—As the relentless wind stirs up piles of dust and dirt and creates a gigantic funnel of haze in the vast and sweltering Imperial Valley, children like Marco Cisneros battle to breathe. Marco wheezes and coughs and reaches...
If you’re suffering from congestion, have a gravely voice and headaches, there’s a good chance you can blame allergies. “There are a lot of problems right now,” said Dr. Timothy Linehan, an allergist with Northern Michigan Allergy...
L.A. NOWOfficials Monday night contained a massive fire that raged out of control at a Chevron oil refinery in the Bay Area city of Richmond, according to media reports....
Fox59.comMeow, the fat cat whose 39-pound girth helped raise awareness about obesity in pets, has died of lung failure. The orange-and-white tabby was turned in to the Santa Fe, N.M., animal shelter last month and quickly made international headlines. At first,...
Tags: Health, Obesity, Human Body, Jan Brewer, Planned Parenthood
South Florida has long been known for pollen-related allergies, often referred to as hay fever. An average of 15 percent to 20 percent of people in the United States suffer from it. It is important to recognize what pollen is, where it can be found, and...
Tags: Nose, Health, Physical Conditions, Allergies, Antihistamines
FOX40 NewsBrandon Jagger has mild Asthma. But Monday morning, it was anything but mild. "My airways were constricted, so I was wheezing," Jagger said. His wheeze was so pronounced, that at 1 a.m. his partner Lilliana loaded him up in the car and took him the...
PETOSKEY — When Julie Poquette packs her son, Jason’s, lunch, it’s not about what he will eat, but about what he can’t. Jason, 9, a third-grader at Ottawa Elementary in Petoskey, doesn’t know what peanut butter tastes like....
Tags: Students, Eczema, Lifestyle and Leisure, Walnuts, Symptoms
PETOSKEY — While the early spring warm-up has been a welcome relief from the winter chill, it’s causing many to suffer. So if you’re sneezing and wheezing, you can probably blame Mother Nature. “It appears tree pollen season is...
Tags: Pharmaceuticals, Health, Nose, Drugs and Medicines, Human Body
Nine year old Evan Smith was diagnosed as having Asthma at a young age. He is able to manage his Asthma and participate in sports without any trouble. "He can do pretty much anything, he skates, he plays hockey, he hikes, he's very active," says Evan's...
pix11.com | @wpixRobin Plevener's asthma had been under control for years, until about four months ago, when the pulmonary disease returned with a vengeance. "One day I couldn't breathe at all, and I started wheezing, and it got so bad, I had to go to the emergency...
Johns Hopkins researchers, in the largest study to date, will map the genetic code for asthma in people of African descent in hopes of better understanding why the disease and other allergy-related ailments disproportionately afflict that population....
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