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Christmas Trees, Decorations and Asthma
Do real Christmas trees and decorations make you wheeze and sneeze? There’s a reason for that! Find out how you can make your holiday season less “sneezey and wheezy.”
House Dust, Flagellated Bacteria and Asthma
Do you know what might be lurking in the dust bunnies under your bed? Read on to learn about new research into dust ingredients and how they may affect asthma!
Keep Asthma Controlled at the Dentist's
Visiting the dentist can be a safe and comfortable experience, even if you have asthma. Read on to learn about asthma triggers at the dentist's office, along with steps that may help to control your asthma during dental work.
Find a Dentist Who Treats Asthma Patients
Some asthma patients seem to have more cavities than people in the general population. Dental work can pose problems for some asthmatics. Learn how to find an asthma who treats with asthma patients, and how to find the dentist who will best for you and your kids.
Secondhand Smoke Dangerous for Asthmatics
Smoking and secondhand smoke can cause serious health problems. Learn how smoke affects babies, children and adults. Find out how you avoid exposure to the harmful chemicals found in tobacco smoke.
Tips to Stay Safe Buying Asthma Medicines Online
Is it safe and legal to buy your asthma medications from online pharmacies? Read on to learn how to stay safe when buying your medications from online pharmacies.
Halloween Asthma Safety Tips
Halloween is a fun time of the year, but it can be dangerous for asthmatic kids. Learn about the most common Halloween asthma triggers and precautions you can take to keep your little ghouls and goblins safe!
Can Vitamin D Help Control Asthma?
Vitamin D is a crucial, though often overlooked, vitamin that helps to regulate many of the body’s functions. Researchers have learned that asthma patients typically have lower levels of vitamin D than other people. Read on to learn about vitamin D and how it may help your asthma.
Brittle Asthma Facts
Brittle asthma is one of the most complex and severe forms of asthma. Read on to learn the facts about brittle asthma, medications used and the important of asthma management for brittle asthma patients.
The Effects of Menopause on Asthma
Fluctuating hormones not only cause the typical symptoms of menopause, but can make your asthma worse, or cause you to develop asthma for the first time in your life! Read on to learn about menopause’s effect on asthma and what you can do to keep your asthma stable at this time of life.
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