Tag Archives: Asthma

Spacers and Valved Holding Chambers

The main disadvantages to using a pMDI is that a portion of each “metered-dose” is deposited into the back of the throat and into the nose, and they require a fair amount of coordination. Both of these problems can be … Continue reading

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Exercise-Induced Asthma

“Never tell your resolution beforehand, or it’s twice as onerous a duty.” -John Selden So how many out there have getting fit/ exercising more at the top of your New Year’s Resolution list? Well you are certainly not alone; USA.gov … Continue reading

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Wintertime Triggers, Part 2 of 3

“…But the fire is so delightful.” Hello, and welcome to Part 2 of the 3 Part series about Wintertime allergy & asthma concerns. This post is going to focus mainly on Christmas and Holiday related triggers, because we are rapidly … Continue reading

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Wintertime Triggers, Part 1 of 3

“Oh the weather outside is frightful…” Welcome to part one of a 3 part series about wintertime allergies and triggers. For those of you saying “now wait a minute I thought you only had to really worry about triggers during … Continue reading

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Are you traveling this Holiday Season?

“Over the river and through the wood, To Grandmother’s house we go…” Well the Holidays are upon us again. It’s the time for good food, cheer, family, cold weather, and for many- traveling. For those with asthma and allergies, you’re … Continue reading

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