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Peter Melamed, PhD

U.S.
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I can answer questions regarding life-style, diet,exersises, non-drug, alternative treatment of the patients with asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic pneumonia.Bronchospasm is symptom of many respiratory disorders. Non-drug treatments such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, lung massage, cupping, diet, colonhydrotherapy have a long history to help people with asthma.

Marc Rubin, RPh Asthma Educator

U.S.
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I have worked directly with patients as well as caregivers for over 30 years. Have made presentations throughout Illinois educating school nurses as well as the teaching and coaching staff of public schools about asthma, and how they should respond to these students needs. Presented a public education program on asthma through the US Department of Public Health. Specialize in helping guide asthmatic patients to take control of their disease in order to live a near-normal, fully active life.

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2014-08-11 Excercise with Asthma:

Hi Dennis!     I'm sorry about the delay. I got called in for emergency coverage For one of my partners who went into premature labor. Twice I try to notify you, but apparently this program does not work

2014-08-09 Excercise with Asthma:

Hi Dennis!    Your support of your wife is outstanding! And, you are correct in your desire and thoughts towards improving her quality of life.  I'm just finishing a long, nearly 100 hour week, and want

2014-08-05 High Eosinophil Level:

Hello Kalyan,     The blood test revealing elevated eosinophils is an evaluative test, just like getting your blood pressure or blood sugar. It is an indicator that, when the levels are not normal, something

2014-07-28 Medicine for breathing Problem:

Hello Rujan,     I deeply apologize for such a delayed response. I just returned from vacation, and just was reviewing my email when I saw your letter.  I'm not quite certain what that medication is that

2014-07-09 asthma meds:

Joyce,       With education, you are proactive..with knowledge and awareness of what triggers the attacks. Therefore, avoiding those encounters, and, if unavoidable, taking preventative measures e.g.:

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