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Allergies - Caring For A Loved One

Feed Eggs, Peanuts To Infants To Cut Future Allergy Risk

Egg and peanut allergies are believed to be the most common ones in infants. However, a recent research has shown that early introduction of eggs (

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Asthma - Caring For A Loved One

New Simple Saliva Test To Diagnose Asthma

Scientists have developed a new test that can diagnose asthma from a patient's saliva, offering a completely painless and one-stop diagnosis su...

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Asthma - h360 Daily Dose

Vitamin D Tablets May Help Reduce Asthma Attacks, Review Finds

The world's 300 million asthma sufferers could help reduce their risk of severe asthma attacks by taking vitamin D supplements as well as their standa...

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Chronic Sinusitis (CS) - Caring For A Loved One

New Simple Saliva Test To Diagnose Asthma

Scientists have developed a new test that can diagnose asthma from a patient's saliva, offering a completely painless and one-stop diagnosis su...

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Depression - h360 Daily Dose

Depression Resources

This story lists recommended resources for users who wish to read more about depression, get self help, treatments etc.

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Hemorrhoids - Lifestyle Changes

Laughter With Exercise May Boost Health In Older Adults

Incorporating laughter into a physical activity programme may improve older adult's mental health, aerobic endurance and confidence in their ability t

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Living with Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) - h360 Daily Dose

Depression Resources

This story lists recommended resources for users who wish to read more about depression, get self help, treatments etc.

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Nasal Polyps - Caring For A Loved One

New Simple Saliva Test To Diagnose Asthma

Scientists have developed a new test that can diagnose asthma from a patient's saliva, offering a completely painless and one-stop diagnosis su...

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Misc. Stories - h360 Daily Dose

Deliver Twins Slightly Short Of Full Term, Says Study

Twins should be delivered at 37 weeks, short of full term but not too short, for the best chance at survival, said a study on Wednesday that analysed ...

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