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Drug to Treat Asthma Could Relieve Hives Patients of a Chronic Itch, Study Says
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An asthma drug has shown promise in relieving itchiness for patients with chronic hives who do not get relief from traditional antihistamine treatment. The drug, omalizumab, known by its brand name, Xolair, is a monoclonal antibody approved to treat …

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BPA Raises Risk for Childhood Asthma, Study Finds
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"Asthma prevalence has increased dramatically over the past 30 years, which suggests that some as-yet-undiscovered environmental exposures may be implicated. Our study indicates that one such exposure may be BPA," says lead author Kathleen …

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Primary Care Doctors Can Make the Wrong Call
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According to the new study, published online Feb. 25 in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, primary care physicians can make diagnostic errors across a wide range of conditions, many of them common conditions such as urinary tract infections and anemia.

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How do I know if I have a urinary tract infection?
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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are considered common for women, though men can also suffer from this condition. According to Right Diagnosis, 1 in 5 women will develop urinary tract infections during their lifetime, and 34 percent of adults over the …

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Clouded judgment, poor choices result from stress
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Don’t let stress cause you to act in haste. Take time to reflect on your options.

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Strong emotions short-circuit logic
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During times of stress, the brain becomes flooded with chemicals that short-circuit judgment, reasoning and logic.

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