Study links burger and fries to asthma risks

May 18, 2010

A recent study suggests a burger and fries may aggravate asthma. U.S. ( – A recent study suggests one of the most popular fast food meals in the country may worsen asthma. As reported by, researchers found that a burger and fries, and other high fat meals may lead to increased airway inflammation. Lisa […]

Breast-feeding could save lives study says

April 5, 2010

A new study suggests the practice could save lives and money if more women breast-fed. Chicago ( – Hundreds of lives and billions in costs could reportedly be saved with breast-feeding according to a recent study. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the cost-analysis suggests that breast-feeding for the initial six months of life […]

FURNASMAN’S CBC UV Light Furnace Filtration – Guaranteed Cleaner Air

January 29, 2010

As the world evolves on a fast pace, air inside the house becomes unhealthy to individuals, especial to children. Numerous organisms spread in the air like bacteria, and viruses. The house is expected to be a shelter for family members, clean air to breathe, as well as a safety place to unwind. According to Furnasman, […]

Fiber beneficial for diabetes and asthma

November 5, 2009

New research suggests fiber may have additional benefits than regularity. U.S. ( – A new study suggests a diet rich in fiber may be beneficial for combating diabetes, arthritis, and asthma. As reported by AFP, the research revealed that the benefits of fiber go beyond digestive regularity, and may also play a role in boosting […]

Allergies the Focus of Lighthearted New Children’s Book

October 9, 2009

Spring Hill, FL ( —  Author’s Quest to Spread the Word About Allergies and How Children Are Affected By Them Finds a Growing Audience Among Young Readers. The Itchy Kid’s Club may seem an unlikely title for a book, but it includes many right elements for a caring mother of two young daughters prone to […]

Swine Flu Vaccine Approved by the FDA

September 17, 2009

The agency has reportedly approved a vaccination for H1N1. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – The Food and Drug Administration has granted its approval for a vaccination for the 2009 H1N1 influenza strain, or what is commonly referred to as swine flu. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the swine flu vaccination […]

Public Lack of Food Allergy Awareness

August 24, 2009

Research suggests that a majority of the general public has misconceptions about food allergies. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – A recent survey found that a number of adults in the United States have misconceptions about food related allergies. As reported by HealthDay News, over half of those surveyed mistakenly view food allegories […]

Asthma Suffers May Get Relief from Web Based Care

July 29, 2009

The web may provide asthma sufferers with more effective help in controlling their symptoms. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – People who suffer from asthma may be able to get relief from health care consultations via the Internet. As reported by Reuters, a yearlong study showed that asthma sufferers who participate in Internet […]

FDA Reviews Asthma Medication Safety Data

July 18, 2009

The FDA is reviewing information to determine the safety of Xolair. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Information about the asthma medication Xolair, has recently been placed under review by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Xolair, which was placed on the market in 2003, may […]

Excess Weight in Mothers Linked to Asthma in Kids

May 23, 2009

Obesity in mothers is reportedly linked to asthma in their children. Wired PR News – New research proposes that children born to mothers who are overweight have an increased risk of developing respiratory issues. As reported by HealthDay News, a study, presented at a recent meeting of the American Thoracic Society in San Diego, proposed […]

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