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Celebrity Big Brother producer on Omarosa's asthma, finale | EW.com - EW.com



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Celebrity Big Brother producer on Omarosa's asthma, finale | EW.com 
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After an action-packed three weeks, CBS' first-ever U.S. celebrity version of its addictive summer mainstay will come to an end Sunday. ?It's been a crazy whirlwind,? admits executive producer Allison Grodner. ?I can't believe it's almost over. It ...

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Athletes with asthma tend to do better at the Winter Olympics ... - Popular Science



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Athletes with asthma tend to do better at the Winter Olympics ... 
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From cross-country skiing to speed skating, the Winter Olympics is full of breathless feats of endurance. And for a large number of Olympic athletes, the breathlessness isn't just over who will win the next medal?it's from asthma. But if you think the ...

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Heavy smoke sent more asthma sufferers to St. Charles ER last summer - Bend Bulletin



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Heavy smoke sent more asthma sufferers to St. Charles ER last summer 
Bend Bulletin
The summer of 2017 in Central Oregon will always be remembered for the heavy smoke that plagued the region, forcing people indoors and stifling the local tourist-based economy. Data from St. Charles Health System suggests the smoke took a heavy toll on ...

 


MicroRNA could help treat cancer and asthma - Science Daily



MicroRNA could help treat cancer and asthma 
Science Daily
The same pathway plays an important role in human bronchial epithelial cells, which are critical in the development of asthma, according to the study. MiR-223 suppresses the pathway, which means supplementing it to epithelial cells could help control ...

 


Q&A: Preventing, managing flu complications in patients with asthma - Healio



Q&A: Preventing, managing flu complications in patients with asthma 
Healio
As the especially severe influenza season continues in the United States, the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology stresses that individuals with asthma are among those with the greatest risk for influenza complications and need proper ...

 


Asthma Linked To Infertility In Women Who Only Take Short-Term Medication - Forbes



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Asthma Linked To Infertility In Women Who Only Take Short-Term Medication 
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Asthma has been linked to infertility in women who only take short-term medication. Women with asthma may take longer to conceive if they only use short-acting relievers to help control their symptoms. More than 5,000 women expecting their first child ...
Asthma: Women who use inhalers take longer to become pregant ... Express.co.uk
Asthma 'blue' inhalers linked to infertility - new study - The Telegraph Telegraph.co.uk
Women with asthma struggle more to get pregnant | Daily Mail Online Daily Mail
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Genetic predisposition for obesity increases risk of asthma ... - ScienceNordic



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Genetic predisposition for obesity increases risk of asthma ... 
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What comes first? Do asthma sufferers put on weight because they are less active, or do they develop asthma because they are overweight, move around less and develop lung problems?

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Does Breastfeeding Modify Risk of Developing Childhood Asthma? - Pulmonology Advisor



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Does Breastfeeding Modify Risk of Developing Childhood Asthma? 
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Duration of breastfeeding and age of introduction to complementary foods were not found to be correlated with the presence of asthma at 7 years of age according to the results of a large prospective Norwegian cohort study published in The Journal of ...

 


Asthma: Food for thought and lungs - Amsterdam News



Asthma: Food for thought and lungs 
Amsterdam News
Taking up most of the space in our chests are two beautiful organs called the lungs. Yes, they breathe, providing our bodies with the needed oxygen to keep the other organs, such as the heart, kidneys, brain, etc., alive. To carry on their functions ...