The popularity of e-cigarettes is growing by the minute, especially among youth. Young people are trying them at an alarming rate, with the number doubling to nearly two million in just one year. Since they are not regulated by the FDA, users of e-cigarettes may not know what they’re inhaling.
While major cities like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles have taken steps to ban e-cigarettes in public, kids can still get their hands on them nationally. “It doesn’t take long from using these products and ingesting the nicotine to become addicted to them,” according to Dr. David Tinkelman.
Davis Silcox hated how eczema and food allergies made him feel. For four and a half years, he and his family struggled with sleepless nights and a severely restricted diet. After a 10-day appointment at National Jewish Health, he and his family have a “new life.”
A large part of dealing with allergies is knowing when to avoid the outdoors. Pollen in the air can make life outside less than enjoyable if you have allergies. Where you live can have a huge impact on allergy symptoms.
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