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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.
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.
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!
Childhood Asthma Risk Factors
The incidence of asthma is going up for children worldwide. Here are some signs and symptoms to watch for, and how to take action if your child is diagnosed with asthma.
ChoiceMed Fingertip Oximeter
Do you know what a fingertip pulse oximeter is or what it does? Read on to learn about oximeters, what they do. We'll also take a look at the ChoiceMed Fingertip Oximeter and why it's a good choice for asthma patients.
Christmas Risks for Asthmatics
Christmas holidays are a wonderful time. Be sure to be aware of some of the asthma risks and triggers you might encounter, and be prepared ahead of time in order to have a safe and happy holiday!
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.”
Climate Change and Asthma
Have you noticed a change in your asthma symptoms? Climate change may be to blame. Find out how climate change affects asthmatics and what we can do to make things better.
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