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Managing Asthma Triggers in the Winter

Winter is here and with it comes cold and flu season and for people with asthma, additional challenges. If you have asthma it is very important to take precautions to lower your chances of having asthma problems. Taking an active role in your asthma care will help in preventing asthma problems. It’s not too late [...]

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Controlling Allergies and Asthma

Many people with asthma also have allergies. Allergies can happen during certain seasons of the year and the allergy season usually begins with spring time. Fresh cut grass and pollen from blooming flowers and trees are typical allergy triggers in spring. Common allergy symptoms are sneezing, runny nose, and itchy watery eyes. For people with [...]

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Fall Asthma Triggers

There is a chill in the air and the colors of autumn along with falling leaves that signal a change in season. Hospital Emergency Departments see an increase in children with asthma beginning in fall and through the early part of winter. During the fall season, asthma triggers can change. Common fall season triggers include [...]

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