ALS affects nerve cells, including those that communicate with the lungs, leading to significant breathing difficulties as patients progress. This article outlines the cause, consequences, techniques and tips for ALS patients with breathing difficulties.
Asthma, even if it's well-controlled, increases your risk of suffering complications from the flu. This makes protecting yourself especially important. Yes, you need a flu shot.
Being a widespread, multifactor, complex disorder with many risk factors, asthma can be classified according to different criteria. Asthma is most common during childhood, although it can appear in adolescents, adults, and the elderly.
Anxiety can be difficult to identify when comorbid with breathing difficulties because its symptoms overlap those of obstructive and restrictive disorders. However, untreated anxiety can lead to poor outcomes for both conditions so needs urgent attention.
If you have a chronic medical condition, the flu is especially dangerous for you — so it is important to know when to call the doctor.
Is there a way to avoid root canal treatment or any alternatives? This is something that most people requiring a root canal treatment would like to know. We outline the only ways in which a root canal can be avoided and the alternative options.
Are you over 65 and wondering if you can and should get a flu shot? The short answer is "yes". The flu shot isn't just safe for older adults, but more necessary than ever before.
Asthma is primarily an inflammatory disease of the respiratory system, but being a complex medical condition, it can affect other organs and organ systems in certain ways.
A fever is one of the most common flu symptoms, and it's not usually something to be worried about. How do you treat a high fever, and when is it time to call a doctor?
Is it safe to get a flu shot during pregnancy? The short answer is "yes, but catching influenza is more dangerous while you're expecting a baby". Here's what else you need to know.