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Snoring in children can affect their health
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Medical News Today

Children commonly snore from time to time and that is often harmless. But children with frequent snoring and breathing problems during sleep have an increased risk of having trouble concentrating and learning difficulties.

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Noise from fireworks threatens young ears
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Medical xpress

The Fourth of July weekend is a time for celebrations and beautiful fireworks displays. But, parents do need to take steps to protect their children's ears from loud fireworks, a hearing expert cautions.

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Researchers stimulate larynx muscles with light
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Medical xpress

Researchers at the University of Bonn have found a way to stimulate the larynx muscles of mice using light. In the long term, this method could be an option for the treatment of laryngeal paralysis, which causes difficulties in phonation and breathing. Their findings will be published in the scientific journal Nature Communications.

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The ZZZs That Lead to Good Health
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Dailyrx

Sleep may make you feel better, but its importance may also go beyond just boosting mood or banishing under-eye circles.

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FDA targets manufacturers of unapproved prescription ear drops
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Healio

The FDA has issued a federal register notice targeting manufacturers and distributors of unapproved prescription otic drug products, which are frequently given to children for the relief of ear infections, according to a press release.

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Rare gene variant associated with middle ear infections
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Science daily

Researchers may have taken the first step on the road to understanding why only some people get frequent painful or chronic middle ear infections. The culprit may be rare genetic variants in a gene called A2ML1.

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Remembering Dr. William Darling
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Legacy.com

Darling, Dr. William Anthony Beloved husband, father, grandfather, and friend, Dr. William "Bill" Darling passed away on March 28, 2015 at the age of 71 while he was awaiting a kidney and pancreas transplant.

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In children, as one food allergy resolves, another may develop
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Medical News Today

Some children who outgrow one type of food allergy may then develop another type of allergy, more severe and more persistent, to the same food. A new study by pediatric allergy experts suggests that health care providers and caregivers carefully monitor children with food allergies to recognize early signs of eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), a severe and often painful type of allergy that has been increasing in recent years.

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Eating peanuts in pregnancy lowers allergy risk for child
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Medical News Today

Allergic reactions to peanuts and tree nuts can range from mild to life-threatening. But new research suggests that pregnant women who are not allergic to the nuts/legumes and who eat more of them during pregnancy lower the risk of their child developing an allergy to the food.

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No need to delay introduction of food allergens to high-risk babies, paediatriciansadvise.
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Medical News Today

Babies who are at high-risk of developing a food allergy can be exposed to potential food allergens as early as 6 months of age, according to a joint statement by the Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS) and Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (CSACI).

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Dogs in the house protect against asthma, infection
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Medical News Today

There have been several studies suggesting that when exposed to a dog regularly in early infancy, children's risk for developing allergies and asthma decreases. And now, researchers point to changes in gut microbes as the mechanism behind this safeguard.

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Microscopic hazards in your home this winter
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Medical News Today

Allergies are traditionally associated with spring and summer, when high pollen counts fill the air and leave hay fever sufferers sneezing and scratching at sore eyes. But winter brings its own allergens, with dust mites and mold spores spelling misery for a whole new batch of sufferers.

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Vitamin D May Help Treat Asthma
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Medical News Today

Asthma is a long-term condition where the airways narrow from becoming inflamed and swollen, making it hard to breathe.

Currently patients with severe asthma take steroid tablets, which can have harmful side effects.

But some patients have a type of asthma that is resistant to steroids making it almost impossible to treat, so their asthma attacks are often severe and sometimes even life-threatening, leading to repeated hospital admission.

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Ginger Compounds May Be Effective in Treating Asthma Symptoms, Study Suggests
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Science daily

Asthma is characterized by bronchoconstriction, a tightening of the bronchial tubes that carry air into and out of the lungs. Bronchodilating medications called beta-agonists (β-agonists) are among the most common types of asthma medications and work by relaxing the airway smooth muscle (ASM) tissues. This study looked at whether specific components of ginger could help enhance the relaxing effects of bronchodilators.

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Asthma and Allergies Go Hand In Hand
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Medical Breakthrough

With the number of allergy and asthma sufferers on the rise, more and more people are finding it harder to breathe easy. Making the issue even more complex is that many people suffer from both allergies and asthma. In fact, a recent study found 65% to 75% of adults with asthma also have an allergy, suggesting a significant link between the two conditions.

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