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Researchers working to discover why African Americans disproportionately suffer from asthma are planning to map the genetic code of 1,000 people of African descent in four years. The Johns Hopkins-led team of experts in genetics, immunology, epidemiology...
Baltimore's air is healthier to breathe than it used to be, but the region still has some of the nation's worst smog and soot pollution, according to the American Lung Association. In its annual report on the state of the nation's air, the advocacy group...
HealthThe Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America's annual report on metropolitan areas' spring allergy season is out and it has some news that local allergy sufferers may find hard to believe. The Lehigh Valley's ranking among the most sniffling, sneeziest...
An overgrown graveyard downtown, where some of Baltimore's early historical figures rest in walled isolation, buzzes now with new life. Just inside the locked gate of Old St. Paul's Cemetery on Martin Luther King Boulevard, honeybees zip in and out of...
Staff reporterFrom peanuts to milk and even chocolate, people can be allergic to just about anything. Susan Gratza is raising two children with severe food allergies. She says getting proper treatment and knowing more about the condition has helped her to raise her...
Tags: Symptoms, Nose, Antihistamines, Breastfeeding, Eyes and Vision
When race fans roll into town for the Baltimore Grand Prix this weekend, they can expect to find the Inner Harbor course lined with more than 1,200 recycling bins, and their drinks will be served in cups made of biodegradable corn instead of plastic. The...
From the Office of Emergency Management: The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for New York City through 9 PM Tuesday, July 12. While temperatures are expected to reach into the low 90s, the combination of heat and humidity will make it...
Tags: Science and Technology, Symptoms, Fatigue, Science, New York
TribLocal - ElmhurstOn June 21, more than 20 people from Elmhurst Hospital enjoyed an afternoon on Lake Michigan as part of Cruising with COPD. Hosted by Respiratory …...
GreenspaceAs temperatures rise, so could the threats to your health. Climate experts predict average temperatures in California could rise between 4.7 to 10.5 degrees Fahrenheit by the end of this century, potentially worsening illnesses related to extreme heat and...
If you’re one of the estimated one in five Americans that have some form of allergy and are currently suffering from a runny nose, sneezing and water eyes, don’t put the tissues away just yet. Because of Michigan’s climate, seasonal...
Anyone who's yearned for a clean house can attest to the seemingly supernatural properties of dust. No sooner have you banished it from the bookshelf than it peeks out from under the bed, shape-shifting from powdery and puffy to sticky and stringy. But...
Of the nation's 22 million people with asthma, six million are children, according to the National Institutes of Health. In Baltimore, as many as one in five children suffers from the condition and many go untreated. Dr. Keyvan Rafei, head of pediatric...
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