Thinking about getting yourself (or your child) allergy-tested? Read more to find out how it is done these days, and decide which method is best for you or your child.
This is boogordoctor.com’s first birthday, so I thought it might be a good time to review what you thought were the best articles here. I recently thanked y’all for making my first ever blogging experience a good one. I have met many friends through this blog, and according to emails and comments, have helped some [...]
The most common diagnosis of infancy is Otitis. Ear Infections. But what if many of those are something else? How common is it for TEETHING to be diagnosed as Otitis? Read on for more, and – most importantly – what to do about it.
Cut From the Same Cloth The Unified Airway Model helps explain why children who have rhinitis also get more than their share of otitis (ear infections) or adenoiditis or tonsillitis or sinusitis or asthma exacerbations, etc. All these anatomic regions have a similar lining, and when one area becomes inflamed or infected, they can all [...]
If You, or Your Children, Have Asthma, Rhinitis, Sinusitis, Otitis, … If your child has any of these chronic inflammatory aero-digestive disorders, YOU. MUST. QUIT. SMOKING. Tobacco smoke has been shown, with no doubt, to cause all of these ailments: asthma, rhinitis, sinusitis, otitis. Not to mention that smoking will take, on average, 15 years [...]
Smoking … Bad … We’ve heard about the harm from tobacco smoke these days – the number of cancers related to smoking or chewing tobacco, the cost of respiratory illness such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD, or emphysema). We hear about the addictive properties of tobacco smoke, and we see the advertisements [...]
In practical terms the Unified Airway Model predicts that challenges affecting one anatomic area of the aero-digestive tract will also likely affect one or more of the other components. Here is the evidence for he UAM, and how to use it to get your kids better.