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Archive for November, 2015

Half of the People in the World Suffered from Allergic Asthma

Nov
30

Date: November 30th, 2015

Do I have Allergic Asthma?

What causes Allergic Asthma?

The condition known as allergic asthma is triggered when a person inhales and allergen. The allergen may be pollen, dust mites, mold, pet dander, or any other allergen that can create an allergy symptom.

Whenever some people inhale the allergens, their tubes located in their lungs inflame and swell. That restricts air flow, which in turn leads to the symptoms of allergic asthma.

Non Allergic Asthma triggers

People who suffer from allergic asthma have their symptoms triggered when they breathe in an allergen. People who suffer from non-allergic asthma can have their symptoms triggered when they breathe in an allergen and also:

PTSD and Increased Heart Attack Risks for Women

Nov
29

Date: November 29th, 2015

Does PTSD Increase Stroke Risk in Women?

The study linking PTSD in women to Heart Disease

Researchers focused on forty nine thousand nine hundred and seventy eight women in their quest to discover what physical ramifications that PTSD had on women’s health. The study focused on women who were under the age of sixty five.  The researchers began this study in 1989. Every two years the participants underwent evaluation, including evaluation of cardiovascular occurrences, and diagnosis during the two year period.

Protecting your Heart from Arthritis

Nov
28

Date: November 28th, 2015

Arthritis and your Heart

People who suffer from the painful condition of rheumatoid arthritis may have their risk of heart attacks doubled. A recent study was published in Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology that indicates that there may be a way for people who have rheumatoid arthritis to decrease their risks of heart attack, and still manage to reduce some of the pain and swelling associated with the disease.

The study on rheumatoid arthritis

The study followed fifteen thousand people in Finland, who were diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Data was collected concerning the medications that the people used to control their rheumatoid arthritis, and their increased risks of having a heart attack.

Cholesterol Drugs may Increase Aggression

Nov
27

Date: November 27th, 2015

Cholesterol Drugs and Aggression

Cholesterol lowering drugs that fit into the category of statins have recently been linked to increases in aggression and irritability in women who take them. The finding of the study supporting this information was recently published in Plos One.

What are statins?

Statins are drugs designed to block the enzyme produced in the liver that produces cholesterol. By blocking the production of the cholesterol people have a lower risk of suffering from cardiac episodes like heart attacks and strokes.

When the body produces excessive amounts of cholesterol, this causes the build-up of plaque in the arteries leading to the heart. The build-up reduces the amount of blood flow that goes through the body, and eventually causes the person to suffer from things like strokes.

Do Under the Tongue hay Fever Pills Work?

Nov
26

Date: November 26th, 2015

Under the Tongue Hay Fever Medications

Under the tongue hay fever medications

In Europe, under the tongue medications are used more frequently than the allergy shots. Patients like the idea of a painless way to receive their allergy immunity, but recent research may indicate that this alternative method may prove to be less effective at hay fever relief.

The Study

Italian researchers examined the data compiled from twenty five independent allergy studies. The researchers were interested in seeing what types of allergies the patients suffered from, the treatment that they tried, and the effectiveness of the treatment. In some cases, they were able to compare two or more treatment methods that had been used on the same allergy sufferer.

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