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Empowering patients and caregivers to take control of Asthma
Empowering patients and caregivers to take control of Asthma

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“So, masks likely are not going to hurt, and they may even help in general—though they may, for those of us with asthma, make breathing feel more difficult. But simply, there’s not enough evidence to conclude or even suggest masks are helpful for those of us with asthma on high air pollution days.” Kerri explores use of masks for those with asthma: https://asthma.net/?p=13835
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“It is not uncommon to feel absolutely exhausted after an asthma flare-up. Your body has worked hard to keep breathing when it was difficult. And then the fatigue catches up and you feel like you could sleep for days. Take the time to rest!”: https://asthma.net/?p=13014
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“The moral of this story is, play within your limits if you are in a flare. Take care of yourself and put your health and not awkward colleague moments first.” Dia shares more: https://asthma.net/?p=13792
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"It’s the time of year where every hospital, clinic, and pharmacy seems to be plastered with signs for the seasonal flu vaccine." A discussion of asthma and the flu shot: http://asthma.net/?p=4154
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“You may have never heard of the “September Epidemic”, but it is well known by doctors, hospitals, and researchers. It’s the time of year when asthma hospitalizations peak”: https://asthma.net/?p=13756
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The home renovation tips offered here should help keep the air in your home and my home asthma trigger free: https://asthma.net/?p=3563
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“Simply because two people have asthma, does not mean that they will have the same triggers or that the same medications will help them”: https://asthma.net/?p=13775
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You may have heard that September is the worst month for asthma. Are you taking special precautions to avoid an asthma exacerbation this month?: https://asthma.net/?p=10936
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Understanding cirrhosis, the differences between compensated and decompensated, and the connection to liver cancer: https://hepatitisc.net/?p=1484
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“Like many of you have experienced, this summer has been super warm with crazy humidity and it has taken a toll on me. In addition to other things, something that became evident this summer is how my uncontrolled asthma was just exhausting”: https://asthma.net/?p=13791
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