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United Airways: Nose (Allergic Rhinitis) connected to Lung (Asthma)

United Airways: Nose (Allergic Rhinitis) connected to Lung (Asthma)

I always tell my patients that controlling nasal symptoms is very important for good control of asthma. That is, rhinitis (inflammation of the nose leading to runny nose, congestion, sneezing, etc.) precedes the development of asthma and can be a major factor contributing to uncontrolled asthma. 
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Plumbers, painters and hairdressers risk developing asthma!!

Plumbers, painters and hairdressers risk developing asthma!!

Occupational asthma is asthma that's caused or worsened by breathing in fumes, gases, dust or other potentially harmful substances while one is “on the job.” Symptoms usually get worse as the workweek progresses, go away during weekends and vacations, and recur when you return to work.
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Is your asthma non-allergic?

Is your asthma non-allergic?

The presentation of allergic and non-allergic asthma can be same but the triggers are different. Here are some ways to identify if your asthma is allergic or non-allergic
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Cold Air and Asthma

Cold Air and Asthma

Cold, dry air can bring on an asthmatic episode. When combined with exercise, the two become a “double whammy”.
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Time to decorate Christmas tree: Do you have Christmas Tree Syndrome??

Time to decorate Christmas tree: Do you have Christmas Tree Syndrome??

Millions of families will soon begin putting up and decorating a Christmas tree. If you find yourself with a constant sneeze, a runny nose and watering eyes, it may be time for you to identify your Christmas tree as the possible allergen.
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Asthma and Allergies: Tips during the holiday season!

Asthma and Allergies: Tips during the holiday season!

The possibility of having an asthma or allergy attack for people with allergies and asthma or other respiratory diseases occurs all throughout the year. However, there are hidden triggers that may affect your health during holiday season.
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Going Gluten-Free

Going Gluten-Free

Gluten is a protein found primarily in wheat, barley, and rye.
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Tips to Keep Your Indoor Allergies Away

Tips to Keep Your Indoor Allergies Away

House dust and house dust mites are a major indoor cause of chronic, persistent allergic symptoms and asthma.  High concentrations of dust and dust mites are found in mattresses, pillows, stuffed furniture, comforters and carpeting.
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Time to get a flu shot if you haven't yet : Can you get flu vaccine if you are allergic to eggs?

Time to get a flu shot if you haven't yet : Can you get flu vaccine if you are allergic to eggs?

Each year, about 10–20% of Americans get the flu. Almost 36,000 Americans die from flu-related complications such as pneumonia and acute respiratory disease.
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Don't Let Allergies and Asthma Haunt your Halloween Fun

Don't Let Allergies and Asthma Haunt your Halloween Fun

The allergists at the ACAAI recently compiled the following list of the common Halloween allergens with tips on how to avoid them. We thought it would be beneficial to share with everyone visiting our website!
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