Blog — asthma


Air Pollution and Your Skin 0

When people discuss about skin allergies they often think that fabrics, foods and other substances that come into contact with your skin, or your internal organs, are the culprits. It’s rare that people consider air pollution as a factor since they often associate that with asthma.

New Study Reveals That Allergies Become Worse at Night 0

“Allergy symptoms actually get worse at night,” according to Purvi Parikh, MD, and allergist and immunologist with Allergy & Ashtma Network and Allergy & Asthma Associates of Murray Hill in New York City.

Here are the reasons why:

The Cure to Allergies May be in Genetic Engineering 0

If you’re looking for a possible cure for your allergies you should check out the experiments that researchers from Australia are conducting.

Here’s Why You Should Change and Wash Your PJs Regularly 0

Our pajamas are the most comfortable clothing that we own and they even help us sleep better. But how often should we change and wash our PJs? The truth is, most of us don’t do it nearly often enough.

When Scent-sitivity Strikes 0

If you experience getting headaches, or if you have trouble breathing, and your skin got irritated after spraying a perfume, cologne, or room deodorizer, you may be one of the millions with fragrance sensitivity.


Are My Skin Allergies Linked to Asthma? 0

Asthma is a chronic respiratory disease that results in the lungs becoming inflamed when it gets aggravated. There are instances wherein the airways become even more distended, which can lead to muscle tightening. More symptoms will usually manifest such as coughing, shortness of breath, wheezing or tightening of the chest.