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Drugs for Asthma by Med RX Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of drugs and medications that are commonly prescribed to treat Asthma: Accolate Advair Albuterol Allegra Asmanex Atrovent Azmacort Claritin Combivent Cromolyn sodium Duoneb Entocort Flonase Flovent Foradil Inhaler Leukotrienes Methacholine Montelukast Nasacort aq Nasonex ... Read on »
Pregnancy and the safety of allergy or asthma medications by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:26am The Food and Drug Administration has a classification for safety of drugs during pregnancy, as in the table. Some comments: there is no medication in the A category and there never will be. To be placed in this category the drug maker would have to do double-blind, placebo-controlled studies of the drug in pregnant women. Of course, there is the ... Read on »
Impact of Pregnancy and Menopause on Asthma by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Oct 2009 11:10pm I'm including this article from to alert my blog readers to the fact that hormones can absolutely affect asthma and allergies. I have personally spoken to several women who were able to dramatically reduce or altogether eliminate thier asthma medications after they got their hormones (bioidentically) balanced. I do not have asth ... Read on »
If It Oinks Like a Pig, Must It BE a Pig? by Carmen Patient Expert Posted Sun 25 Oct 2009 11:05pm So, it's been five days of two kids being down. Under the weather, if you will. I briefly alluded to the roaming illness a few posts ago - when it had only hit my two oldest - who can pretty much manage on their own. Allegra missed three days of school and NIk was out of sorts most all of the week. Friday jumped up and bit me sharply on the beh ... Read on »
Really?!? No food allergies, huh? by The Body Chronic .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:37pm Round two of The Forced Allergy Experiment took place this morning with about 48 more pricks in the back. I tested positive for the mold with the interdermal tests (more sensitive). But I did not test positive for any food items. Now I'm at a fork in the road. I was kind of hoping we'd find a food allergen that was causing stomach ... Read on »
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Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Sat 05 Feb 2011 6:07pm Volume 11, Issue 5 February 4 2011 Richard D. Martin, Editor According to researchers in Australia, “[V]itamin D deficiency has now been shown to alter lung structure and function in young mice.” Although the deficiency of vitamin D has been linked in the past to the severity of COPD, this is the first time the defici ... Read on »
Candy + Flowers by Fit Minded Mom Posted Tue 11 Sep 2012 9:55am Gooooood Morning!! Even if it is a sneezy, sore throat, eye watering kind of day. As much as I am looking forward to Fall, I forgot all about the allergies and asthma that come along with it. Thank goodness for Allegra and inhalers, right!! >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Yesterday morning I got my first official 5 Factor workout in ... Read on »
When will generics become available for Singulair and Clarinex? by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:26am I gave prescription refills for a mother of a child with seasonal allergies. She asked me, "When will generics be available for Singulair and Clarinex?" Good question. I had to look the dates up - please see the table below. The dates will include when the last patent and exclusivity expires, as drugs can be approved for more than one indication ... Read on »
The Lessons You Learn at Your Neighborhood Target by Carmen Patient Expert Posted Mon 18 Apr 2011 12:00am I went to Target in a hunt for sneakers last week. It's really a pain to try to find sneakers that fit the dress code when you know that the kid will only wear the shoes for six weeks - then the summer comes, the sneakers are abandoned and poof! Fall arrives and you've got to go look for new ones. So we combined a trip to ... Read on »