Once you have asthma, it doesn’t go away. There is no cure. But you can take steps to make living with asthma easier. Asthma causes the airways in the lungs to swell up. This can make it hard to breathe. It can also cause coughing, wheezing and chest tightness.
You may know that people with celiac disease can’t eat the gluten in wheat products. But that doesn’t mean they are allergic to wheat. While there are some similarities, wheat allergy and celiac disease are two very different conditions.
Did you know that for some allergy sufferers, allergy season lasts all year long? Many people think of their homes as a place to escape allergies, but allergy triggers (allergens) can also reside in the home.
Some tips and tricks for outwitting allergies in your home:
Being able to see is something a lot of us take for granted, until we can’t see as clearly as we used to. Subtle changes make it difficult to notice when eye problems develop. With early detection, many eye problems can be treated and the risk of vision loss lowered. T...