Articles for Tag: "asthma"
New research looks at why it’s beneficial for children to talk with their physician directly about how their asthma symptoms are affecting them.
If you’ve ever popped your baby’s pacifier in your mouth for a quick cleaning after it fell on the floor, a new study says it might be a good thing for your little one.
So-called dustless chalk in classrooms may trigger allergic reactions in those sensitive to milk protein.
Most Americans are breathing healthier air, according a new report. Find out why some parts of Illinois didn’t make the grade.
A common chemical in baby bottles and other plastic containers is linked to a host of health problems for kids. Learn how to avoid it.
Fatty foods weaken immune system in teens making them more vulnerable to getting skin and respiratory illnesses.