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Posted on 04-05-2017


"People with asthma breathed a sigh of relief with the advent of inhaled steroids in the early 1990's.  Thousands of people take high dosages daily in regimes that may last a lifetime.  New research indicates that inhaled steroids may have an unsuspecting  dark side.  A study of nearly 50,000 elderly people in Canada found that prolonged use of inhaled steroids markedly increases a person's risk of glaucoma, a leading cause of blindness.   Science News  

The focus of medical science is beginning to shift away from attempts to contain the symptoms of asthma to exploring the controlling mechanism as a means of solving and preventing asthma and related respiratory conditions.  

The nervous system plays an important role in both the control and activity of the immune system.  The sheer power of the brain to affect the body as a whole and the general state of health is amazing.-  Human Anatomy And Physiology 

Please share this post/information with the people you love who suffer with asthma.  

At the Joslyn Chiropractic Center, we are committed to improving the quality of life & health of our community through chiropractic care.  

At Your Service, 

Dr.Leigh A. Elceser

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