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Asthma

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Can asthma be cured?
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There is no cure for asthma, so your best defense is to learn if you have underlying triggers and then limit your exposure to them. And while there’s a strong connection between allergies and asthma, there are many other triggers to be aware of, too. Some of the most common non-allergenic triggers are cold or […] Read More

There is no cure for asthma, so your best defense is to learn if you have underlying triggers and then limit your exposure to them. And while there’s a strong connection between allergies and asthma, there are many other triggers to be aware of, too. Some of the most common non-allergenic triggers are cold or dry air, exercise, exposure to cigarette smoke or strong scents, the flu, and other respiratory infections. 

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Who develops asthma?
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Anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, or socioeconomic status, can be affected by asthma.  Read More

Anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, or socioeconomic status, can be affected by asthma. 

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What is asthma?
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Asthma and allergies often go hand-in-hand. The majority of people who have asthma suffer from allergies, too. Plus, allergies can trigger your asthma or make it worse. In fact, up to 90% of children and 60% of adults have allergies that may make their asthma worse. When allergies either trigger or worsen asthma, it’s known […] Read More

Asthma and allergies often go hand-in-hand. The majority of people who have asthma suffer from allergies, too. Plus, allergies can trigger your asthma or make it worse. In fact, up to 90% of children and 60% of adults have allergies that may make their asthma worse. When allergies either trigger or worsen asthma, it’s known as allergic asthma or allergy-induced asthma. 

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Can reducing exposure to my allergic triggers help my asthma?
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Yes. Reducing exposure to one or more of your allergic triggers may help reduce your symptoms. This can only be accomplished by working with your healthcare professional to understand your unique allergy profile. Read More

Yes. Reducing exposure to one or more of your allergic triggers may help reduce your symptoms. This can only be accomplished by working with your healthcare professional to understand your unique allergy profile.

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What causes asthma?
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Asthma and allergies often go hand-in-hand. The majority of people who have asthma suffer from allergies, too. Plus, allergies can trigger your asthma or make it worse. In fact, up to 90% of children and 60% of adults have allergies that may make their asthma worse. When allergies either trigger or worsen asthma, it’s known […] Read More

Asthma and allergies often go hand-in-hand. The majority of people who have asthma suffer from allergies, too. Plus, allergies can trigger your asthma or make it worse. In fact, up to 90% of children and 60% of adults have allergies that may make their asthma worse. When allergies either trigger or worsen asthma, it’s known as allergic asthma or allergy-induced asthma.

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