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Asthma

Plant Compounds Ease Asthma, Allergies

Posted March 4, 2014

Anti-inflammatory plant estrogen compounds found in soy and flaxseed were associated with less asthma and allergic disease, a national observational study showed. People with the highest urinary levels of phytoestrogens from flax and soy had the lowest risk, Jessica Savage, MD, MHS, of Brigham and Women’s and Harvard in Boston, reported here at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology meeting.

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Maternal vitamin A deficiency linked to postnatal asthma: Mouse data

Posted February 14, 2014

US researchers may have identified the first direct evidence of a link between prenatal vitamin A status and postnatal risk of asthma in offspring.

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Natural Anti Inflammatory Supplements for Asthma

Posted January 21, 2014

Asthma is one of the most common problems faced by people across the world these days and it can cause wheezing, tight chest, coughing and many more reactions. Asthma is basically the cause of spasms of the bronchial tubes or the swelling of the mucus membranes. Asthma can also be caused by allergic triggers, irritants or even due to upper respiratory infection such as a common cold virus etc.

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High Fiber Diet May Decrease Severity of Asthma Reaction

Posted January 12, 2014

If you have asthma, you have an extra reason to focus on eating more fruits and vegetables. It may help reduce the severity of your symptoms.

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Dietary fiber reduces asthma

Posted January 6, 2014

A high-fiber diet reduces the severity of allergic airway disease, including decreased lung inflammation, in mice according to a study published online in Nature Medicine. These findings highlight how diet can influence immune cell development and disease outside of the gut.

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Home Remedies for Asthma Treatment

Posted December 11, 2013

Asthma is an inflammatory condition which happens on the chronic inflammation of the airways. Due to the inflammation, the airways tend to become very narrow, thus causing breathing problems in asthmatics. Asthma may occur in people at different ages but most commonly it starts in the childhood itself. The symptoms of this inflammatory disease are the worst during the night and in the early morning hours.

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Grape seed extract as a treatment for asthma

Posted October 27, 2013

Grapes have been celebrated for their medicinal and nutritional value for thousands of years. Egyptians ate grapes at least 6,000 years ago, and several ancient Greek philosophers praised the healing power of grapes. But it is the chemicals within them that some believe could help treat a number of conditions including asthma.

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Xiao-Qing-Long-Tang shows preventive effect of asthma in an allergic asthma mouse model through neurotrophin regulation

Posted September 9, 2013

This study investigates the effect of Xiao-Qing-Long-Tang (XQLT) on neurotrophin in an established mouse model of Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus (Der p)-induced acute allergic asthma and in a LA4 cell line model of lung adenoma. The effects of XQLT on the regulation of nerve growth factor (NGF) and brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), airway hyper-responsiveness (AHR) and immunoglobulin E were measured.

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2 Everyday Allergens Aggravating your Asthma and Foods that Help Prevent It

Posted August 27, 2013

When it comes to asthma, simple everyday allergens like pollution and smoke from burning wood can cause intense flare-ups and severe worsening of symptoms. It is most certainly not a fun way to spend the day.

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Qingfei Xiaoyan Wan alleviates asthma through multi-target network regulation

Posted August 8, 2013

Qingfei Xiaoyan Wan (QFXY), a traditional Chinese formula, is widely used for relieving cough, asthma, upper respiratory tract infection, bronchitis, pneumonia, and etc. in clinic. Comparing with other anti-asthma drugs, it is characterised with moderate and persistent efficacy as well as few side effects, however, the underlying action mechanism still remains elusive. This study aimed to identify QFXY multi-target network regulation as an asthma controller.

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