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FDA Banning Common Asthma Inhaler


FDA Banning Inhaler Over Environmental Concerns. Federal health officials are banning a common over-the-counter asthma inhaler because it uses ingredients that harm the environment. Primatene Mist inhalers will no longer be available after December 31, because they use carbon gas that depletes the Earth's atmosphere, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Thursday...



To Live Longer, Get 15 Minutes of Daily Exercise


A little bit of exercise could lengthen your life, new research suggests. Getting just 15 minutes of daily physical activity increases life expectancy by about three years, according to a study published Monday in the Lancet...



U.S. Air Quality Better, But Still Unhealthy


Report: Half of Americans Breathe Unhealthy, Polluted Air Half of Americans live in areas with unhealthy levels of air pollution. So suggests an annual report that identifies the cities with the foulest and cleanest air, released Wednesday by the American Lung Association...



Facebook Could Trigger Asthma Attacks


Facebook Stress May Have Triggered Man's Asthma Attack One day, Facebook sends you friend requests—and the next, it propels you into an asthma attack. It could happen, says a team of Italian physicians, describing an 18-year-old man whose asthma attacks were apparently triggered by logging onto the social networking site and...



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