Posts Tagged: Asthma

Allergies–Already!

Spring has sprung and so have allergies. During the winter, allergy sufferers usually get a reprieve because trees and plants are “sleeping.” As temperatures rise in the spring, trees start to pollinate—making allergies particularly bothersome. Many people are already sneezing, sniffling and feeling congested. Pollen counts have been in the medium to high range recently,… Read more »

Snorting Smarties Isn’t Addictive–
It Isn’t Harmless, Either

Snorting Smarties is about the same as inhaling sugar with a few irritants. Children have been crushing the candy and inhaling the powder for a while to imitate the act of snorting cocaine or heroin. Snorting Smarties doesn’t give a true “high” and it is not addictive. However, it can cause nasal infections, bleeding and… posted in: Children's Health tags:


Study Connects BPA with Asthma

Even if we avoid bottled water, we come into contact with Bisphenol A (BPA) every day because it is almost everywhere: Chemical firms produce about six billion pounds of BPA every year to make things like medical devices, plastic tableware and food storage containers. It also coats products like food cans, ATM and retail receipts,… Read more »