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The next few months are those months when many people get sick. A lot of the time we know we don't feel good but we may not know what it is that we have. There is the flu of course and then there is bronchitis and pneumonia and most people really don't know which one it is that they have since both of them will give you a terrible cough. Many people also don't really know that there are three different types of pneunmonia. I will try as best I can to help you understand the differences of th...
Published by Rae Morvay 66 months ago in Respiratory Health | +3 votes | 0 comments
The first line of the respiratory system is the nose. It is fact that people pick their nose, however very few realize the health problems that can occur from this action. Many young people begin picking their nose and then it becomes a habit, a very unhealthy habit. Here are just some of the health areas affected by picking the nose.
Published by Roberta Baxter 69 months ago in Respiratory Health | +23 votes | 9 comments
Acute respiratory distress syndrome is a condition that can occur due to a number of different factors. ARDS is usually caused by a severe traumatic injury to the lungs, making it impossible for the lungs to properly obtain and process air. ARDS can occur anywhere from 12-48 hours after the incident, making it difficult to detect in less severe cases.
Published by Deborah Dera 71 months ago in Respiratory Health | +4 votes | 0 comments
Emphysema can be a debilitating disease, causing complications and discomfort as it progresses over time. This article talks about what you can do, as someone diagnosed with emphysema, to better adjust to living with the condition - from eating a healthier diet to making sure your home is the safest place it can be.
Published by Deborah Dera 71 months ago in Respiratory Health | +3 votes | 0 comments
Some of the common known causes that trigger Asthma are heavy and continuous smoking, Dust,Pollen, Animal fur,insecticdes and pesticides and also emotional stress. Symptoms include coughing,wheezing,tightness in the chest and shortness of breath.There are many myths surrounding Asthma and people tend to fear and take far too many precautions therby making the person suffering from Asrhma become even more stressed which slowly deteriorates the quality of life of the person suffering from Asthma.
Published by Kiran 72 months ago in Respiratory Health | +11 votes | 5 comments
The Spanish Flu of 1918 killed more people world-wide than WWI. But what may have helped lesson America's blow was a little blue bottle and it's contents - Vicks VapoRub.
Published by Beverly Anne Sanchez 92 months ago in Respiratory Health | +6 votes | 11 comments
We may not be aware of it, but we breathe at a rate of 15 times per minute. When we are happy, we breathe in a rhythmic, deep and slow manner; when we are sad, we do so in a tense or depressed, gasping, sighing, shallow, fast and uneven way. Actually, we can control our breathing. A closer look at how nature designed our bodies reveals that man was meant to breathe primarily with his diaphragm, not his ribcages and clavicles.
Published by Ron Siojo 95 months ago in Respiratory Health | +14 votes | 6 comments
A medical condition that occures when exposed to powerful light. Disease or just a simple manifestation?
Published by Savastru Liviu 95 months ago in Respiratory Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
A strain of toxic fungus has begun to spread from Vancouver BC into Oregon and other areas of the Northwest. The Cryptococcus gattii fungus can cause serious respiratory illness and death.
Published by Daniel Snyder 99 months ago in Respiratory Health | +7 votes | 6 comments
Spring is in full bloom and so is allergy season! Get out your tissues and over-the-counter medications and be prepared to combat these annoying allergy symptoms of stuffy noses, red watery eyes, itchy throat and stopped up ears.
Published by Janet Hunt 100 months ago in Respiratory Health | +7 votes | 5 comments
Both inspection and auscultation are a part of respiratory assessment. This article will give you ideas on what to expect upon doing your lung assessment.
Published by Darwin Mendez 101 months ago in Respiratory Health | +2 votes | 1 comments
Argan oil comes from the argan tree only found in the southwest region of Morocco. It has many health and cosmetic benefits to take advantage of.
Published by Amanda Antara 101 months ago in Respiratory Health | +3 votes | 9 comments
Acute bronchitis is caused by the same viruses that cause colds, and other upper respiratory infections. Most of the time acute bronchitis usually begins with a common cold that settles into the chest.
Published by mobilecitybuzz 102 months ago in Respiratory Health | +1 votes | 1 comments
Our body has built in mechanism to protect us but some people react worse than others do. If I sprinkle chilly powder on your face, you will start sneezing, excessive water trickles down your eyes, nose and through the back of your throat starts entering your chest. This will trigger off coughing to prevent us drowning in our own secretion.
Published by Kadiyali Srivatsa 95 months ago in Respiratory Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
How to use the Neti Pot, Where to purchase a Neti Pot
Published by Tere Scott 111 months ago in Respiratory Health | +3 votes | 1 comments
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