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I Just Received Notice of an Air Quality Advisory in My Area. Now What?

During the blazing days of summer, local television and radio commentators will often announce a local Air Quality Advisory, cautioning people to remain indoors if possible as the air is dangerously polluted. Do you know what causes an air quality alert, and what it means for you and your family? An Air Quality Advisory is […]

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Extra Precautions Asthma Sufferers Need to Take During Flu Season

As the winter season moves in, so does the flu and for those with asthma, this can be an exceptionally stressful time of year. If you have asthma, even a minor case of the flu can lead to tightness in the chest and wheeziness. The flu is a common cause of asthma attacks, and standard […]

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5 Natural Remedies to Soothe Asthma Symptoms

If you are one of the 26 million asthma suffers in America, you're very familiar with the variety of medicine doctors often prescribe to assist with the symptoms. While these drugs do help and provide the user with fast relief, they can be quite expensive. Due to the overall cost, as well as concern over […]

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Managing Asthma When You Work on Construction Sites

Do your asthma symptoms get worse at work but when you go home the symptoms lessen, and you can breathe a lot easier? If so, you could have work-related asthma. Substances on your job site are likely aggravating your asthma. Asthma is a severe health problem that can be caused on a construction site by […]

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6 Natural Remedies to Soothe Bronchitis Symptoms

Bronchitis is a condition in which the bronchioles, or the fine network of tubes within the lungs, become inflamed and full of mucus. For most people, bronchitis typically lasts about ten days. Using anti-inflammatory medication, such as ibuprofen, aspirin, or naproxen, is a great way to help manage many of the symptoms that accompany bronchitis, […]

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Allergies, Asthma, and Hurricanes: How to Alleviate Symptoms During the Aftermath

There were ten hurricanes and 17 named storms in 2017, making it the most active hurricane season since 2005. Category 4 hurricanes: Harvey, Irma, and Maria, made landfall in the U.S. The devastation trapped and displaced many residents both in the United States and the Caribbean. Thousands of people were without shelter, power, and fresh […]

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