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The Respiratory System Part 3: Asthma

Asthma is a chronic condition affecting the airways of the lungs. During an asthma attack the rings of muscle around the walls of the small air passages tighten, causing them to narrow and restrict breathing.
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The Respiratory System Part 2: Sinusitis

Within the skull and facial bones is a network of hollow cavities lined with mucosal tissue, much like inside the nose; these are the sinuses. The largest of these are in the cheekbones and measure about 1 inch across, the others lay in the forehead, between the eyes and in the bones behind the nose.
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Nasal Irrigation

Nasal irrigation is a practice that has been used for thousands of years in the ancient Indian system of medicine, Ayurveda. It is known as Jala neti, meaning 'water cleansing'…

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Spice Up Your Life!

Article suggesting the use many types of spice to naturally ward off winter ailments - colds, chest infections and sore throats.
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Migraine

    Migraine  (Text Version) Migraine is one of the most common health conditions in the world, ranked globally as the seventh most disabling disease among all diseases. In the…

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Eczema

Our first line of defence, providing a physical barrier between ourselves and the outside world and the largest organ of the body: the skin. When functioning correctly we are barely…

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Rose – Rosa canina

Rose (Text Version) The Rose - delicate, beautiful and divinely scented, the rose is one of our most loved flowers. Entwined with matters of the heart, roses are given by…

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Salvia officinalis – Sage

Salvia officinalis (Text Version) Today the mention of sage is likely to evoke thoughts of Sunday roast with stuffing, but this garden herb has so much more to offer, as…

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Plantago lanceolata – Plantain

  Plantain - Plantago lanceolata (Text Version) You may recognise Plantain, this common weed that springs up from the cracks in footpaths, on roadside verges and in lawns. Native to…

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