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Think You Have Asthma? There’s a Good Chance You Don’t

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It’s a common scenario: A person suffering from a persistent cough or breathing problems goes to the doctor. The doctor observes their symptoms and declares they have asthma.

The patient is put on long-term medication. They are told it will ease their symptoms or stop future flare-ups.

But an alarming new study shows that many of these patients don’t have asthma at all.

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Pain Relievers Can Damage Your Hearing, Study Finds

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A new study has uncovered another reason to avoid Tylenol, Advil, and Aleve. Prolonged use of these popular over-the-counter painkillers can damage your hearing.

Hearing loss is an epidemic in the U.S. And it’s not just among the elderly. About 15% of Americans over the age of 20 have hearing impairment. Men are twice as likely as women to have the problem.

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Natural Alternatives to the Top 5 Most-Prescribed Drugs

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America has become a nation of pill poppers. In the last 12 years, the percentage of people taking five or more prescription drugs has nearly doubled, to 15% from 8%.

Nearly 60% of American adults now take at least one drug daily. That’s up from 51% just a dozen years earlier.1

Big Pharma spends millions every year on advertising and marketing.

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5 Natural Antibiotics That Get Rid of Infections Fast

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After World War II there was a steep rise in certain diseases. They included asthma, allergies, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, acid reflux, and eczema.

Although it’s not technically a disease, one other condition also skyrocketed: Obesity.

Some doctors call these conditions “modern plagues.” That’s because they were relatively rare before the 20th century. It’s long been a mystery why they suddenly took hold.

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