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Schools close to highways are setting off asthma attacks in kids. Inside an important new urban planning issue.
How you live makes a difference to the air you breathe. 1. Automobile Advice Let’s start with your vehicle. If you’re driving an SUV, it burns one-half to two-thirds more fuel than a regular car. As for cars, newer models can vary considerably on environmental and energy efficiency, so compare both fuel efficiency and emission […]
From the Allergic Living archives. First published in the magazine in 2005. Consider the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s list of the top 10 food groups that cause the most frequent and severe allergic reactions. Nine of the names will be familiar to most Canadians — peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, fish and shellfish, soy, wheat […]
These chemical additives cause reactions that mimic allergy. But the reason why remains a mystery. Consider the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s list of the Top 11 food groups that cause the most frequent and severe allergic reactions. Eight of the names will be familiar to most North Americans: peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, fish and […]
From the Allergic Living archives. First published in the magazine in 2005. Teenagers with allergies learn to ask questions before they move in for a kiss. After all, there’s nothing like a sudden reaction to spoil the mood. These are prime dating years for 16-year-old Lisa Gordon, an outgoing Grade 11 student from a northern […]
From the Canadian edition of Allergic Living magazine. Can we make our cities breathable? It’s a good time to ask now that air pollution – the kind that heats up the planet – has shot to the top of the public agenda. This is a high-level green revolution, focused on the stratosphere. People are trying […]