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WATCH: How The Rules of Two® Can Help Asthma Sufferers

This blog post is part of the Google+ Healthy Hangouts series on breaking and timely health news. Asthma is often thought of as a childhood disease, and while it may occur more frequently in children, it can strike at any age. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), more than 30 million Americans have asthma. Even …

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2 Steps for Allergy Management

Allergy symptoms are common problems for more than 20 percent of the United States population. Allergies also account for nearly 40 percent of all physician visits annually, and patients with allergies can be treated by physicians in a wide array of specialities. The most common specialties offering allergy treatments are family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, …

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Allergies: A Genetic Superiority From Our Ancestors

When I woke up this morning, sneezing.  I didn’t need to look at the calendar to know my allergies had returned. The nose knows! Dr. Bobby Lanier, an allergist on the medical staff at Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth breaks down all the why’s and how’s of allergies. What are allergies? Allergy …

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Stop the stuffy nose and adios those annoying allergies

Scott & White Allergist, Dr. David Weldon offers tips to dealing with spring allergy symptoms It’s that wonderful time of year again when you’re accompanied by used tissues wherever you go, you have to wear extra makeup to cover up those puffy, allergy eyes and you’re nose resembles a certain red-nosed reindeer. Yep, it’s spring, …

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