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    Dr. Bassett Contributes to Everyday Health – Justin Verlander’s Top Tips for Allergy Relief

Dr. Bassett Contributes to Everyday Health – Justin Verlander’s Top Tips for Allergy Relief

From the baseball mound to his wedding ceremony, Justin Verlander’s allergies have been problematic for as long as he can remember, affecting his personal life and athletic performance at times. “When I first left for college, I suddenly started to get allergies so severe that I lost my voice for a week,” says the Houston Astros’ star-pitcher. “I was a mess,” he adds. “I experienced all of the staple symptoms of allergies — nasal congestion, watery eyes, sneezing, and itching.” Over the years, seasonal allergies have affected other areas of Verlander’s life. Before his wedding last May, Verlander’s fiancée (now wife), supermodel Kate Upton, […]
By |March 30th, 2018|Everyday Health, Indoor Allergies, Outdoor Allergies|Comments Off on Dr. Bassett Contributes to Everyday Health – Justin Verlander’s Top Tips for Allergy Relief
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    Dr. Bassett Contributes to New York Daily News – Thirty minutes of exercise is a day a breath of fresh air for asthma sufferers, not enough for everyone else, according to new studies

Dr. Bassett Contributes to New York Daily News – Thirty minutes of exercise is a day a breath of fresh air for asthma sufferers, not enough for everyone else, according to new studies

Half an hour a day can keep the asthma doctor away. But if you want to steer clear of the cardiologist, you may want to quadruple that. Two separate studies published this week addressed the idea of exercising 30 minutes a day. The asthma report said that’s ideal; the other, examining heart failure, pointed to the need for far more exercise. Read More: http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/30-minutes-day-works-asthmatics-not-article-1.2390664
By |October 9th, 2015|Asthma News, Everyday Health, New York Daily News|Comments Off on Dr. Bassett Contributes to New York Daily News – Thirty minutes of exercise is a day a breath of fresh air for asthma sufferers, not enough for everyone else, according to new studies

Tips for Dining Out Gluten-Free

With gluten intolerance on the rise, many restaurants are making an effort to keep their menus easy to navigate for people who need to avoid gluten in their foods. During the holidays especially, with so many holiday parties for work and with friends, it can be difficult to avoid temptation or know exactly what ingredients are in a food. That’s why having a list of common foods likely to contain gluten is a great first step in helping to reduce inadvertent exposure. There are a myriad of foods that may contain gluten, such as: Canned soups Ice cream Bulgur Seitan Wheat starch Couscous Matzoh Semolina Wheat germ Spelt Beer Salad dressing Sausage Veggie burgers Additionally, here […]
By |November 2nd, 2013|Allergy News, Allergy Tips, Everyday Health, Food Allergies|Comments Off on Tips for Dining Out Gluten-Free