Here is this week’s round-up of stories from around the Web featuring Cleveland Clinic experts that we know you won’t want to miss:
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An athlete who gets a mysterious allergic-like reaction when playing soccer learns that heat and sweat cause her symptoms. Ohio Soccer Player Is Dangerously ‘Allergic’ to Her Own Sweat (ABCNews.com).
Parents may be creating binge-watchers by using screen time to calm their fussy infants and toddlers, a new study suggests. Fussy toddlers are watching more TV, study finds (TODAY.com).
Herbal therapy has been practiced for centuries, but not in the U.S. That’s beginning to change with Cleveland Clinic’s herbal-therapy ward. Cleveland Clinic’s New Medicine (TIME.com).
Hospitals are testing new procedures that help patients with a devastating lung disease called COPD without major surgery. Lung Disease Treatment Without Major Surgery (WSJ.com).
Will the polar vortex be replaced by a pollen vortex? The long winter may mean a short, intense allergy season. Wild Weather May Mean Allergy Nightmare (NBCNews.com).
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