What Causes Thunderstorm Asthma and How to Deal With It
Pollen and mold particles that may be too big to get into your lungs become suddenly broken up by a thunderstorm, which can lead to "thunderstorm asthma."
How to Deal With Fall Asthma and Allergies
Allergy and asthma problems often worsen during certain seasons of the year, depending on your triggers. Learn what to look out for during the fall.
This wearable patch and smart inhaler rethink how you deal with asthma
Asthma management is getting an overhaul. Respia is a wearable patch that acts as a sensitive piezoacoustics monitor to detect breathlessness via wheezing…
Urgent Care Centers in San Jose Advise on How to Deal with Asthma
The San Jose Walks and Talks is an organization that holds tours for students, local residents, and tourists alike. The goal of this organization is to educate the public about the rich cultural he…
How do I deal with the stress of food allergies and asthma?
Monday, my 3 year old Tommy had a food allergy reaction at the pool. He was there with my husband because my 8 year old had swim practice. Tommy was playing at the playground next to the pool with a bunch of kids. My husband walked over to check on him (he was watching him from afar) and noticed his arms were covered in hives from where his swim shirt ended to his wrists. The only thing we can figure is another child…
Lifestyle Tips for People with COPD or Asthma
The key to living well with a breathing disorder is to keep it under control. Lifestyle and environmental changes that will help individuals with COPD and asthma include:
Seasonal Asthma: A Guide to Seasonal Asthma Causes
One out of thirteen Americans deals with asthma in some form. Many of those cases may be connected to seasonal asthma. A type of allergy-induced asthma.
Who Has Asthma and Why
Asthma is a chronic inflammation and obstruction of the bronchial tubes, the airways that allow air to enter and leave the lungs. People often think of asthma in terms of episodes or attacks. Actually, someone with asthma always has it, but the symptoms may not appear until triggered by something that provokes a response in the body, such as exercise, cold air, stress, illness, irritants in the air, certain medications or an allergen Allergens are substances that cause no problem in most people…
How Many US Kids Have Asthma? Numbers Are Climbing
Asthma rates in the United States are on the rise, and no one really knows for sure why that may be (though there's some speculation over a number of possible suspects). But as more and more people deal with the condition, it's important that they ha
4 Things You Must Know About the Flu If You Have Asthma
Flu season is here and already making headlines. During the 2017-2018 flu season, it is estimated that more than 80,000 people died from the flu or flu complications . More than 900,000 were hospitalized. These numbers are the highest we've seen in decades. Everyone needs to take steps to protect themselves for this flu season now before it peaks, especially people with asthma . As you prepare to deal with co-workers who come to work sick, kids who bring illnesses home from school…
What is Asthma?
Asthmatic bronchus (asthma) is a respiratory condition marked by spasms in the bronchi of the lungs, causing difficulty in breathing. An asthma attack may include coughing, chest tightness, wheezing, and trouble breathing. The attack happens in your body’s airways, which are the paths that carry air to your lungs. As the air moves through your lungs, the airways become smaller, like the branches of a tree are smaller than the tree trunk. During an asthma attack, the sides of the airways in your…
What is Eosinophilic Asthma?
Is your asthma e-asthma? Find more about e-asthma (eosinophilic asthma) and eosinophils.
What is Asthma? What Causes Asthma?
Introduction to asthma. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, living with asthma and more
Stress-Induced Asthma: 6 Ways to Reduce Stress-Related Asthma Attacks
Stress is a common trigger of asthma and to reduce stress-induced asthma attacks, you will need to learn how to manage stress.
Carolina Asthma & Allergy
The first step to diagnosing asthma is a visit to your doctor for an exam. This appointment will probably include a discussion of your own medical history.
What is Occupational Asthma?
Occupational asthma is generally defined as a respiratory disorder directly related to inhaling fumes, gases, or dust while "on the job."
Carolina Asthma & Allergy
Take an active role in controlling your asthma symptoms by working with a doctor, taking medication regularly, and making lifestyle changes to reduce risks.
What is Asthma?
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Asthma Myth: What are the symptoms of asthma
Connect with a Specialist: bit.ly/2nG1Uej Many children with asthma never have wheezing - at least that you can hear yourself without a stethoscope. S...
What is asthma?
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