At Allergic Living, we’ve created a guide to help all asthmatics sleep, live, work play and, most importantly, breathe better.
Vaccine is used to treat persistent, uncontrolled allergic asthma.
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A new study suggests that women aged 40 to 60 with asthma are admitted to hospital more than twice as often as males in the same age group. Drawing on a decade’s worth of data from the National Inpatient Sample databases, researchers from New York’s Downtown Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College found that for… Read more »
Studies have shown that more than half of people with asthma are not properly managing it.
Asthma is a lifelong, chronic condition. There is no cure.
It is important to know what triggers your asthma, so that you can avoid that trigger as much as possible.
Most of the commonly used asthma medications are inhalers. These devices deliver medications right to the lungs, allowing them to work only where they are needed.
In winter, the pollen allergic breathe sighs of relief. Not so those who have asthma triggered by cold air, exercise or indoor allergens. But winter need not be a cruel season for the lungs. How cold air affects asthma A winter wind whips your face. What do you do? Probably squint and tear up because… Read more »