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  • 2 months ago

    Mint Asthma Trigger.

    The other day my teacher told me she'd never heard of mint triggering asthma before. Has anybody else ever had the problem with mint triggering their asthma, or was it just me..? Thanks.
  • 2 months ago

    Flowers of sulfur taken internally

    I am Woking in the woods and Deet is Okay, but I read that sulfur will work if taken internally in 1/8 tsp doses. Is this okay to do?
  • 2 months ago

    News Flash: Thunderstorms Can Trigger Asthma Flares

    Rain often helps people with allergies or allergic asthma by bringing pollen to the ground. But a new study says that's not necessarily the case with thunderstorms, which may actually trigger asthma outbreaks. Click here to read more: http://wb.md/2qwoRk9 We want to hear from you: What are your asthma triggers?
  • 2 months ago

    Best air purifiers for asthma and animal dander, etc

    My asthma dr says it would help for me to put an air purifier in my bedroom. I do have allergies to dust and dog dander. The higher the CADR ( clean air delivery rate ) the better. Also a HEPA filter. They are not cheap. My bedroom is about 400 sq feet. Does anyone have any experience with these or knowledge you can share. If I am going to spend this kind of money, I want the best one for me. Thanks. Sheree
  • 2 months ago

    Asthma flare ups

    I have had asthma for 10 years. It has been under control for most of these years until these past 2 years. It seems to be so much worse, frequent flare ups, trips to the Dr. I have the breathing tests which shows I do have some problems, but they say its not COPD. Never smoked. I actually lose my breath, which causes me to panic. I feel light headed a lot. I am tired all the time. I also have chronic rhinitis which adds to this equation. And have PVC'S OF my heart which makes me lost my breath....
  • 2 months ago

    May is National Asthma Awareness Month

    Asthma affects more than 24.5 million Americans and is one of the most common long-term diseases of children. While there is no known cure for asthma, it can be controlled with regular monitoring, proper treatment and by avoiding "asthma triggers." Take a look at asthma symptoms and treatment options, as well as the most common causes of asthma and what can trigger an attack: http://wb.md/2plvgxY

  • 3 months ago

    News Flash: Nearly 600,000 Asthma Inhalers Recalled

    More than 590,000 albuterol inhalers are being recalled by GlaxoSmithKline because there could be problems with the delivery system. Find out if this recall affects you here: http://wb.md/2nZPutz
  • Do I Have Asthma?

    Hi, i'm jessica. I'm 16 years old and ever since about 2 years ago I've been having trouble breathing during exercise. Every time I exercise I begin to wheeze and it's embarrassing because everyone on my volleyball team can hear it and they think i'm dieing or something so they offer me a use of their inhalers, but of course I turn down their offer because it is unsanitary. Also, throughout the day I notice that the beds of my fingernails are purple and my hands feel very cold....
  • 3 months ago

    Its a miracle!

    After 16 yrs on advair. I may be free of it last 4 days haven't had to take. Ive tried before, but couldn't. Hope it lasts!
  • 4 months ago

    Post Op Breathing complication

    Hello I am a 27 year old female. I had surgery one month ago to remove a osteochondroma in my left distal femur. They gave me two types of anesthesia, one was through my IV and they injected anesthesia in my left leg as well. The surgery was about 20 min but I woke up 3 1/2 hours later. Ever since my surgery I have been having shortness of breath, chest pressure, hurts a little when breathing. Since my surgery it's getting worse. I went to the hospital a few days ago. They did d dimer blood test....