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Asthma: Still A Disease of One Patient

By Dr. Paul Ehrlich In our book, we quote Dr. Anthony Gagliardi, a pulmonologist from St. Vincent’s Hospital in Greenwich Village, who said “the study of asthma is the study of one.” This is out of date only in the sense that St. Vincent’s is no longer there, which means there is no community hospital […]

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Why the Amish Have Fewer Allergies: an Indiana Doctor’s Story

By Dr. Mark Holbreich Any number of research studies over the past 50 years have shown a dramatic increase in the prevalence of allergies and asthma. The theories on why this is occurring vary widely. However it seems clear there that the rise takes place as populations become more Westernized in energy use, diet, land […]

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