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All articles from: May, 2013

Study: Asthma has a negative effect on children’s academic performance

A new study presented at an American Thoracic Society meeting suggests that the effects of asthma may have more far-reaching consequences for children, reports TIME Healthland. The data reveals that kids with bad asthma symptoms are more likely to show signs of poor academic performance.

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Do you suffer from seasonal allergies? These mobile apps may be able to help

When trying to combat pollen allergy symptoms, it’s important to be proactive about preventing and treating the reactions you may have. Fortunately, there are apps you can download on your mobile phone that can help make this easier for you.

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Residents of the Palouse in Idaho face worse-than-usual pollen allergy symptoms

KLEW-TV states that pollen allergy symptoms are usually at their most debilitating mid-day, so individuals who are experiencing severe reactions are encouraged to plan their schedules around this and stay indoors when they can.

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Chicago allergy sufferers warned of “pollen tsunami”

People residing in the Chicago area – who have undoubtedly already been suffering from an abundance of allergens this year – are being warned of what one doctor is calling a “tsunami” of pollen.

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