Information about asthma complications during seasonal changes, and articles on holiday topics.
Asthma and Oral Allergy Syndrome
Oral Allergy Syndrome is a problem for some people who have allergies and asthma. If you have hay fever, your symptoms may get worse when eating certain foods. Read on to learn how to manage OAS!
Asthma and Sinusitis
Do you often have sinus trouble and have noticed your asthma's also worse? Did you know that asthma and sinusitis can be tied? Read on for more information!
Asthma and the Flu
Asthma and flu are a dangerous combination. Learn how to tell if you have a cold or the flu, how to take care of your asthma if you come down with the flu and more.
Asthma Holiday Survival Tips
The holiday season is a beautiful time of the year, however, it can be very dangerous for asthmatics. Follow these simple tips to stay healthy and have a safe and happy holiday season.
Asthma-Free Holiday Tips
Holidays are a prime time for asthmatics to have asthma symptoms and attacks. Hereï¿½s advice on how to have a safe and happy holiday season in spite of asthma!
Asthma-Safe Gift Ideas
Having trouble finding a safe gift for the asthmatic in your life? Here are some guidelines and gift ideas to help you give the perfect gift!
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.”
Cool Mist Humidifier or Steam Vaporizer for Asthma
Conflicting information makes is it hard to choose the right humidifier for your asthma. Read on to learn the pros and cons of cool mist humidifiers and steam vaporizers and how to choose the best one for your asthma.
Fire Season Dangerous for Asthmatics
Fire season is dangerous for asthmatics. Being prepared ahead of time will help keep you and your family safe and healthy. Follow these tips to be ready for fire season in your area.
Five New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Your Asthma
Here are some basic resolutions you can make for a healthier, asthma-free New Year!
Flu Shots a Must for Asthmatics
Be sure to get your flu shot! Influenza is a serious and dangerous illness for asthmatics.
Free National Asthma and Allergy Screening
Take advantage of the national free asthma and nasal allergy screening done by the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology! Find out what happens during a screening and where you can find a screening location near you!
Get Ready for Fall Allergies and Asthma
Fall allergies and asthma can make you miserable. Learn what steps you can take to help yourself and your kids feel better and enjoy the fall season!
Making Donations to Asthma Organizations
Consider making a donation to help asthma research and education. Read on to find out how to find reputable charity organizations, and different donation options.
Managing Holiday Stress and Asthma
The holidays bring a lot of stress into our lives. Learn how you can manage both your asthma and stress to have a happy and easy breathing holiday season!
RSV and Asthma
RSV can be a dangerous infection for young babies and children. Some have wondered if there is a tie between an RSV infection and later development of asthma. Read on to find results of the latest research, and what you should do if you suspect your child has RSV.
Seven Tips to Quiet an Asthma Cough
Doctors do not recommend cough medicine for asthmatics. Read on for seven natural cough remedies to help you and your kids to have some relief from constant coughing.
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Thanksgiving can be dangerous for asthmatics. Learn about the hidden asthma triggers, and how to deal with them to stay healthy during your holiday!
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