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The do-it-all vitamin takes on asthma—and reduces emergency attacks by 60%

Asthma has always been one of the most difficult and dangerous conditions to treat with drugs. But a new review of nine clinical trials shows that vitamin D, a.k.a. the do-it-all vitamin, can not only treat asthma safely, but also effectively. In fact, the researchers found that small daily doses of D reduced the risk …

On the street where you live

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, the highways will be jam-packed with traffic. And you might not be able to avoid them entirely over the next few days, if you’re planning to visit family and friends. But highways aren’t just a problem during the holidays. As a large of number of studies show, it’s a good idea …

Big Pharma, EPA & FDA keep chokehold on asthmatic Americans

When it comes to prescription drugs, I often advise you to look first at generics. They’re less expensive. Plus, they’ve been on the market longer. So, generally, they’re safer too. But you can’t follow this sound advice if you live in the United States and have asthma. In this country, we can’t get generic asthma …

Study finds links between “safe” OTC painkiller and autism, ADHD & asthma

For many years, parents and experts alike suspected a link between childhood vaccinations and autism. I remember attending Congressional hearings periodically from 1995 to 2005 about this concern with Rep. Dan Burton (R-IN). We reviewed all the available evidence with our colleagues. Including policy leader William Chatfield, legislative expert Beth Clay, attorney-public advocate Mark Zaid, …

Ancient cure for COPD and asthma symptoms could make inhalers and drugs obsolete!

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Prevent cold weather asthma attacks

Last month, extreme cold hit many parts of the United States. And winter is far from over. This is not good news if you suffer from asthma. When temperatures fall to extreme lows, just walking to your car or getting the mail can cause an asthma attack. Here’s how it happens… Cold weather changes your …


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