Asthma

Antibiotics Increase Allergies in Children

Antibiotics

Use of antibiotics in children increases their risk for allergies, asthma and eczema.

A 2009 study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology by the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood found that when antibiotics were used in the first year of life, there was an increased risk of asthma and eczema by the age of

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Asthma & Heart Disease Can Begin in Your Neck

back of neckIf you’re like I was, you might wonder how a chiropractor can help you overcome things like asthma, heart disease or carpel tunnel. It all links back to the “arc of life” found in your neck.

When any one of the four natural curves in the spine is misaligned, stress affects the spinal discs, tissues and nerves.

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Treating Asthma Naturally

asthma34 million Americans have asthma. 8 million of these are children. Asthma is behind 12.8 million missed school days every year and 10.1 million missed work days. Asthma costs America $14.7 billion a year. $6.2 billion of this is spent on prescription medications for asthma–drugs that treat, and sometimes worsen, the symptoms.

Asthma medications have a host of side effects: they affect the endocrine system and the immune system. They contribute to yeast growth and osteoporosis. They even come to cause asthmatic reactions after a while.

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