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Air Pollution Has Been Linked To Year-Round Runny Noses
 

Air Pollution Has Been Linked To Year-Round Runny Noses

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Air pollution may cause people to have year-round runny noses and chronic sinus problems, warn scientists. Exposure to airborne particulate matter has been linked to aggravation of respiratory symptoms, increased risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause
 
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19 Apr 2017 - General
 
It teaches that the Complete Breath prevents colds and flu, due to oxygenating the full lung. We do not breath properly, should do so thru the nose for the cilia to catch impurities, but also to oxygenate all the lung, not the shallow portion used for Western breath. Oxygen will kill pathogens, as well as infusing oxygen to the blood and off taking impurities to be breathed out, fill the entire lung with it, or portions will become fallow and allow pathogens to propagate, and then you have a &q...
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