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Breastfeeding and Asthma
New mothers who have asthma worry if their asthma medications are safe for their newborns. Read on to learn the benefits of breastfeeding and how asthma medications effect a nursing mother and her baby.
Breathe Healthy Honeycomb Mask Review
On a recent trip, I lost my allergy/asthma face mask. I came across the Breathe Healthy Honeycomb Allergy/Asthma mask when looking for a replacement. Read on for a review of this mask and my recommendations!
Breathing Easier with Focused Exercise
Did you know exercise can help you breathe easier? Along with general exercise, there are three breathing techniques recommended for asthma patients. Read on for more details on how to breathe easier with exercise!
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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.
Bronchial Thermoplasty for Asthma Treatment
Severe asthmatics may benefit from Broncho Thermoplasty. Read on to find out what Broncho Thermoplasty is, how it's done, the benefits and risks,and where to find doctors authorized to perform this asthma treatment.
Bronchiolitis and Asthma
Bronchiolitis is a common lung infection in babies and young children. This infection may also be a good predictor of asthma in later childhood. Find out what bronchiolitis is and the factors that may indicate later childhood asthma.
Bullying, Kids and Asthma
Kids who have asthma and/or allergies tend to be bullied more often by their classmates. Letís take a look at what bullying is and the signs your asthmatic child may be the victim of bullying.
Can Vitamin D Help Control Asthma?
Vitamin D is a crucial, though often overlooked, vitamin that helps to regulate many of the bodyís 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.
Cavities a Common Problem in Asthma Patients
Asthma patients seem to have more cavities and other dental problems. Read about the probable causes and how to have a healthier smile, even if you do have asthma!
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