Animal and human research studies show that mullein tea may help treat asthma symptoms by decreasing inflammation, which aids in relaxing the muscles in your respiratory tract. However, more research is needed in this area  . … [Read more...] about 7 Best Teas To Relieve Asthma Symptoms
You can never predict the occurrence of an asthma attack. One must have a plan on how to deal with such a situation without panicking. You must write down your necessary medicine and appliances that you may need at that point. This makes it easy for your family members (or whoever is near you) to help you better in such a situation. If your child has asthma, you must ensure that all their teachers, counsellors and other people around them have a copy of the emergency plan. Your asthma plan should include the following things: … [Read more...] about 5 Simple Things That Can Help You Keep Your Asthma in Check
13. Honey A study says that honey tends to reduce hay fever symptoms caused by pollen. As honey is already a natural pollinated product by bees (bee pollen), they desensitise the body from allergies due to other pollens.  … [Read more...] about 15 Effective Home Remedies To Treat Or Prevent Hay Fever Symptoms
Washing hands, maintaining social distance and wearing masks are essential for limiting the spread of Covid-19, and they're likely to diminish the spread of seasonal colds, as well. Doctors have seen far fewer colds and illnesses than usual among children who adhered to strict safety measures since last spring, Tothy said. … [Read more...] about So your kid has a Covid-19 symptom. What do you do now?
The people most in danger right now are those who can’t go inside, like farm workers and the unhoused people Toepper works with. On Thursday, he said, most of them were staying inside their tents to remain clear of the smoke, but they have no effective shelter from the lung-damaging air—and are also more likely than the average person to have the kind of chronic lung conditions that put them at risk. … [Read more...] about Are They Symptoms of COVID-19 or Wildfire Smoke? Frontline Docs Are Freaking Out