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  1. Are Your Allergies and Asthma Ready for College?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2015 | Health News Digest

    Going away to college for the first time can be nerve-wracking, and questions abound. How will you find your way around? Will your classes be too hard? What will the other students be like? Students who suffer from allergies and asthma may also be asking: "Can I keep my symptoms under control?" "College is a new environment for young people," says allergist Stanley Fineman, MD, FACAAI, past president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology .

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  2. The Veta Smart Case for EpiPen could save your lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2015 | The Gadgeteer

    Within the first few months of her life, my daughter exhibited asthma and an array of allergies, including one to peanuts. We had to give her treatments several times a day to protect her lungs and minimize asthma episodes, and we also had to protect her from exposure to foods and inhaled allergens that could potentially kill her.

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  3. The effects of adding epinephrine to ropivacaine for popliteal nerve...Read the original story

    Jul 9, 2015 | BioMed Central

    This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly credited. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated.

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  4. Close call on mission tripRead the original story

    Jul 7, 2015 | Lake Orion Review

    A bee sting brought Sophie Hubble of Clarkston to the brink, but she was lucky, said her mother, Mary Hubble. "She was surrounded by people able to help her," Mary said.

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  5. B.C. dentist's incompetence caused patient to suffer brain damage: decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2015 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    A British Columbia dental surgeon failed to properly monitor a young patient who went into cardiac arrest and suffered severe brain damage, the province's regulatory authority for dentists has ruled. A discipline panel of the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C. said in a written decision that Dr. Bobby Rishiraj provided deep sedation using three drugs without being approved to perform such a procedure.

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  6. 8 Effects of StressRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2015 | Health News Digest

    Whether it's the morning traffic crunch on the Dan Ryan or that laundry list of appointments, everyone has stress. Stress isn't always bad - it can motivate you to meet deadlines or respond to challenges.

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  7. Study shows second severe allergic reaction can occur hours after firstRead the original story

    Jul 8, 2015 | Medical News Today

    Parents of kids with severe allergies know how scary a severe allergic reaction is. New research offers clues as to why some kids can have a second, related reaction hours later - and what to do about it.

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  8. Severe Allergic Reaction Can Occur Hours After FirstRead the original story

    Jul 7, 2015 | Health News Digest

    Parents of kids with severe allergies know how scary a severe allergic reaction is. New research offers clues as to why some kids can have a second, related reaction hours later - and what to do about it.

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  9. Morphine inhibits the pituitary-adrenal response to ovine...Read the original story

    Jul 6, 2015 | CiteULike

    To determine the locus of opiate modulation of ACTH secretion, 11 normal subjects were given ovine corticotropin-releasing hormone 30 min after receiving either placebo or morphine sulfate. Plasma ACTH, cortisol, arginine vasopressin , epinephrine, norepinephrine, and CRH were measured 30 min before and up to 150 min after CRH administration.

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  10. What you need to know: MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2015 | Channel3000

    Want to get a push alert when we publish "What You Need to Know" each day? Sign up on our app. Funeral procession: Today marks four months since the officer-involved shooting death of Tony Robinson.

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  11. New epi pen law brings allergy suffers greater sense of securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 5, 2015 | Channel3000

    Allergy sufferers say a new state law permitting more businesses to keep emergency epinephrine injections on hand, provides them with a greater sense of security. "So it gives me a little more piece of mind as a parent," said Beth Ramos, whose 14-year-old-son Ray is a severe allergy suffer who always carries an epi pen.

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  12. Avoid These July Fourth Allergy TriggersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2015 | News Max

    Fireworks, picnics and parades are favorite Fourth of July traditions for many people, but for those with allergies or asthma these activities could be uncomfortable or even dangerous. "Summer is the time of year when everyone wants to enjoy being outside," said allergist Dr. James Sublett, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

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  13. How to avoid July Fourth allergy flare-upsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2015 | KAUZ

    Fireworks, picnics and parades are favorite Fourth of July traditions for many people, but for those with allergies or asthma these activities could be uncomfortable or even dangerous. Fireworks, picnics and parades are favorite Fourth of July traditions for many people, but for those with allergies or asthma these activities could be uncomfortable or even dangerous.

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  14. Warning: EpiPen and Auvi-Q May Not Work for YouRead the original story

    Jul 2, 2015 | PR Log

    PRLog - July 2, 2015 - FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- NAAFA, a civil rights organization working for Equality at Every Size, was shocked to learn that emergency medical devices promoted as potentially life-saving for those who suffer severe, life-threatening allergies to things like nuts, shell fish or bee stings, will not work for most women and for anyone with a BMI of 30 or more.

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  15. Immunotherapy tablets for seasonal allergies offer small benefitRead the original story

    Jul 2, 2015 | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Oral tablets for grass pollen allergies, which are available in Europe and the U.S., offer only a small benefit for people with seasonal allergies, and more than half will have side effects from the medication, according to a new review of existing research. "The reported benefit is very small on average," said lead author Dr. Danilo Di Bona of the Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Policlinico di Palermo in Italy.

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  16. Hospital Patients Endangered by Food, Report FindsRead the original story

    Jun 29, 2015 | American Society for Quality

    When you think of safety mishaps at hospitals, what likely comes to mind is patients who got surgery on the wrong leg or were exposed to deadly bacteria. Those are problems that have received widespread attention from safety experts.

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  17. 'Epi' injection may still be good after a freezeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2015 | Fox News

    Epinephrine might still have its life-saving potential even if it freezes and thaws out while you're backpacking in the dead of winter, an experimental study finds. "It's definitely a small study, but it gives us pretty conclusive evidence that the freeze-thaw does not seem to degrade the epinephrine," said Dr. William Smith, an emergency medicine physician at St. John's Medical Center in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and one of the study's authors.

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  18. Walker signs emergency allergy treatment billRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2015 | Greenwich Citizen

    Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that permits businesses to keep a supply of epinephrine injections to counteract life-threatening allergic reactions. Schools already can keep a supply of auto-injectors on hand.

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  19. Walker signs emergency allergy treatment, 7 other billsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2015 | Channel3000

    Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that permits businesses to keep a supply of epinephrine injections to counteract life-threatening allergic reactions. Schools already can keep a supply of auto-injectors on hand.

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  20. The bees are dying, but can we really blame neonicotinoid pesticides for a global epidemic?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2015 | National Post

    It's not just EpiPen manufacturers who would feel the sting. Anyone who likes flowers, or to eat fruits and veggies, would feel the hunger pangs.

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