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Asthma Treatment & Management Articles

 

Staying Fit with Exercise-Induced Asthma

Do you cough, wheeze, and have a tight chest or shortness of breath when you exercise? If yes, you may have exercise-induced bronchoconstriction, also known as exercised-induced asthma. This happens when the tubes that bring air into and out of your lungs narrow with exercise, causing symptoms of asthma.

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Spring Cleaning

by Jeffrey Demain, MD, FAAAAI

Many people know that regular cleaning can help reduce allergy and asthma triggers in your home. But you may want to pause before you reach for that spray bottle. Some people’s allergies & asthma may be aggravated by the way they clean. Harsh chemicals may trigger asthma symptoms or allergies, and dust that is disturbed when cleaning can make the process a nightmare.

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Living with Asthma

Asthma is a long-term disease that requires long-term care. Successful asthma treatment requires you to take an active role in your care. Taking an active role to control your asthma involves working with your doctor and other clinicians on your healthcare team to create and follow an asthma action plan. Children aged 10 or older – and younger children who are able – also should take an active role in their asthma care.

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Pregnant with Asthma?

Asthma is probably the most common, potentially serious medical problem that occurs during pregnancy. Some studies have suggested that asthma complicates up to seven percent of all pregnancies. However, with appropriate treatment and care, the prognosis for a successful pregnancy is outstanding.

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Smell & Taste

Problems with these senses have a big impact on our lives. Smell and taste contribute to our enjoyment of life by stimulating a desire to eat – which not only nourishes our bodies but also enhances our social activities. When smell and taste become impaired, we eat poorly, socialize less, and feel worse.

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What People with Asthma Need to Know about Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones become less dense and more likely to fracture. Fractures from osteoporosis can result in pain and disability.

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Know Your Legal Rights in the Workplace

by Debra J. Wolf, Esq

For many people, a chronic disease does not mean they need to stop working. Nonetheless, coordinating a busy work schedule with doctor visits, treatments, or time off when feeling ill can be daunting. Employers can be understanding, but not every worker coping with a chronic disease receives the support he or she may need from the workplace.

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Know Your Asthma Numbers!

Seven common numbers are used to measure asthma control. Do you know what they are?

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