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Dampness related to asthma

...s had suffered pneumonia, bronchitis, sinusitis or tonsillitis over the last year. Report author Maritta Kilpelainen of Turku University, said: "The risk of asthma was about twice as high when exposed to home dampness. Moulds release tiny spores into the air that can trigger asthma symptoms. Mould spores can b...

Herb 'does not lower cholesterol'

...ms that it protects against heart disease, stroke, tonsillitis and bronchitis. // Dr Philippe Szapary and colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine tested the extract on a group of volunteers. They divided 103 volunteers into three groups. One group received a standard 1,000mg dose of gugg...

Tonsillectomy reduces risk of strep throat

... received three or more diagnoses of strep-related tonsillitis or pharyngitis at least one month apart, within 12...quality of life issues, she says. Pharyngitis and tonsillitis are among the most commonly diagnosed pediatric illnesses, accounting for approximately 18 million p...

Lymphocyte/WBC Ratio Helps in Treating ENT Disorders

..., potentially guiding treatment decisions. Acute tonsillitis (inflammation of the tonsils) and infectious monon... 'The importance in differentiating patients with tonsillitis from those with glandular fever [mononucleosis] is the prevention of spontaneous rupture of the sple...

Is It Worth Having Surgery to Remove Your Tonsils?

...ould advise patients who have had four episodes of tonsillitis in one year or three in six months that they are likely to have on average two and a half days of sore throat in the next six months if they decide not to have the operation; if they decide to have the operation they are likely to have about 13 days ...

Is It Worth Having Surgery to Remove Your Tonsils?

...ould advise patients who have had four episodes of tonsillitis in one year or three in six months that they are likely to have on average two and a half days of sore throat in the next six months if they decide not to have the operation; if they decide to have the operation they are likely to have about 13 days ...

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