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Asthma Studies at IMMUNOe Research Centers

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What is Asthma? According to the American Lung Association, asthma is a “lung disease that makes breathing difficult in millions of Americans, both young and old.” Over 26 million Americans currently have the illness, including over 7 million children. Symptoms of this illness include w …

The Benefits of Early Asthma Intervention

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  At IMMUNOe Health Centers, we believe that early intervention is crucial when it comes to dealing with asthma. Why? Because: If left untreated, children who have severe asthma are more likely to still have asthma – as well as COPD – when they reach adulthood. The earlier symptoms …

Which Are the Best and Worst Foods for Asthma?

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  Can your asthma symptoms be affected by what you eat? Although studies have not been definitive, there are several things that are known to trigger asthma symptoms, and one of these triggers is food. The question is, which foods in particular can benefit or trigger your asthma symptoms? Here …

How Can Halloween be Fun and Safe for Children with Asthma?

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  Halloween should be spooky and scary in a fun way, but how can you be sure that the fun is not taken away by any asthma complications? How can you keep this Halloween fun and safe at the same time for your child with asthma? Here are 4 tips that can help you combine …

Asthma in Children Under 5 Years Old

Many children develop asthma before the age of five. There are a number of conditions that can cause asthma-like symptoms, however, if your child’s symptoms are caused by asthma, an early diagnosis is very important. Asthma in children differs by age group: Infants Toddlers 4-year-olds Each of th …

8 Parenting Tips for Kids with Asthma

Asthma has become one of the most widespread childhood diseases, and scientists have multiple theories as to why. But if you’re a parent and your child has asthma, all you care about is keeping him or her healthy. Here are 7 tips to do just that: Don’t fall behind on doctors’ visits. There ar …

Study Explores Possible Link Between Asthma and Peanut Allergy

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A new study suggests that families may not realize their child suffers from a peanut allergy because its symptoms resemble an asthma attack. The researchers looked at records of over 1,500 children who had visited the pediatric respiratory clinic at the Mercy Children’s Hospital in Toledo, Ohio. …

Helping Your Teen Take Control of Asthma

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In teenage years, parents can start trusting their teens with more responsibility in controlling their own asthma symptoms. Here are some tips for parents: Form an asthma action plan with your teen: Diligently go over asthma symptoms and warning signs with your teen. Let them know what they should …

Your Choices and Your Asthma Symptoms

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People with asthma need to make a number of changes to their lifestyle to control the worst of their symptoms. If you have asthma, here are some key lifestyle habits that require your attention: Smoking Smoking is the worst thing you can do if you have asthma. It reduces the efficacy of asthma medi …

How to Control Your Asthma at Work

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No one wants to suffer an asthma attack, especially at work. Here’s how to be prepared. Spotting Asthma Triggers in the Workplace Asthma and other allergic conditions are relatively common, so your co-workers may appreciate it if you minimize possible triggers in your work environment. One survey …