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Food and Drug Administration approval for its first product, a home-purification system aimed at fighting lung infections in cystic fibrosis patients...Asthma & Allergy said the group will submit the product to the FDA for a license. The product is
Some may reduce the price or send still usable food to charitable schemes or local safari parks and zoos. But if there's still food left then it's likely to just go to waste. Now Sainsbury in the UK are taking all that otherwise unusable leftover
I have been in what has seemed like a non-stop battle with my seasonal allergies this year. I haven’t been able go a day without sneezing or suffering through itchy eyes and, as a result, I have been shopping around for allergy pills.
While rain can indeed provide relief, a violent thunderstorm may have just the opposite effect: An unlucky few may experience a little-known threat called thunderstorm-related asthma. Not fully understood by scientists, thunderstorm asthma can cause
But a study underway in Sydney is investigating whether two specific milk proteins can actually help relieve the dry, itchy skin symptoms associated with eczema. The pilot study involves giving adults with eczema a daily supplement containing the
Journal Newswise If you're allergic to dust mites (and chances are you are), help may be on the way. Researchers at the University of Iowa have developed a vaccine that can combat dust-mite allergies by naturally switching the body's immune response.
Federal prosecutors say the owner of a metro Atlanta allergy testing lab has pleaded guilty to filing fake allergy test results. Authorities said Tuesday that the owner of Polaris Allergy Labs Rashaan Jackson Garth pleaded guilty to health care fraud
But you can beat its effects by getting ahead of it, and starting allergy medications now about two weeks before ragweed blooms in early to mid-August. And while you may not be ready for summer to end (who is?) you can make fall allergies easier to
Asha Patel knows more about what goes into your lungs than you do. Every weekday at 8 a.m., the researcher climbs onto the roof of Allegheny General Hospital, in Pittsburgh, to check a machine called a Burkard Spore Trap. It looks like a cross
Dan Ackerman. "They're made of stainless steel, but they can have alloys that have nickel in them." Six months of suffering The boy had been suffering from a body rash that did not respond to any standard treatments for six months before doctors