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While living in the city presents a slew of health risks like increased exposure to pollution and a higher risk of allergies, living in the suburbs is proving to have its own limitations and risk factors. Namely, there’s a strong link to obesity, according to new research, particularly if you live near “big box” retailers like Walmart and Target.
It’s not just that living in the suburbs is often equated with (especially for children) sitting in front of the television or playing video games more than people living in urban environments, but it’s the street layouts, says the researchers from the University of Connecticut and University of Colorado.
The research, published online in the Journal of Transport & Health, found that multi-lane streets common in the suburbs are to blame. These major throughways are less conducive to walking or even biking than busy city streets, found the researchers. “The role of the street network and how we put together the bones of our communities should not be overlooked as a potential contributing factor to health outcomes,” they wrote.
My daughter is now 6 years old and at the age of 1 was diagnosed with asthma. She was on albuterol and predisone for 4 years off and on and only taking the medicine when her asthma flared up. While she was on this medicine I noticed that she had lack of an appetite. I started giving her organic milk and keeping her tightly clothed in the winter and by the time she was 4.5 years I got it under control that she didn't have an attack for a year. During that year I noticed that she eats. She constantly wants to eat, and her stomach is getting bigger even though she is highly active. I'm pretty sure the medicine had something to do with this. She recently had a slight attack 3 months ago, and I've been looking all over the place for something natural to give her when she does have asthma attacks instead of giving her that medicine which is poisoning her system. If I gave her a Children's Detox would this help with the bloating of her stomach? What can I give her that is natural and effective to help with the asthma should it occur again?
Let the child perform the Children's Detox. Give her pear juice, plum juice, and prune juice periodically. The child sounds constipated. If the stomach is bloated and growing, clearly the child is backed up. Feed the child more fruits and vegetables (as they are loaded with enzymes which help with bowel movements).
The asthma can be knocked out with the herbs Mullein leaf, Eucalyptus, Lobelia, and Wild Cherry Bark. Give them to the child in tea form. Alternate the teas, switching them up, making sure she drinks all of them. Mullein leaf by far is the best. Asthma is nothing but a mucus condition. Rub essential oil of Eucalyptus on the child's chest before bedtime. First rub on some olive oil, and then apply the essential oil of Eucalyptus. We have a great Respiratory inhaler made with the best essential oils for lung conditions such as asthma.
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