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Why is Flu Bad for Asthmatics? Find out!

Why is Flu Bad for Asthmatics? Find out!

Having asthma does not increase your risk of getting Flu infection, but Flu can become more serious for asthmatic people, even if their asthma is mild and well controlled by drugs.
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Boise Air Quality Update: September 5, 2017

Boise Air Quality Update: September 5, 2017

Boise Air Quality Update
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Boise Air Quality and Your Health

Boise Air Quality and Your Health

August in the Treasure Valley can be smoky!  Our valley makes a perfect little pocket for the smoke from these fires to settle in.  When this occurs, it is very important to monitor the daily Air Quality Index (AQI) reports to know if there could be impacts on your health if you are exposed to it too long. 
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Air Quality and Pollen Allergy

Air Quality and Pollen Allergy

Many things can increase the symptoms of a pollen allergy, and it's not just pollen. Many studies show Air Quality is a huge factor, too.
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Grass pollen is in the air!

Grass pollen is in the air!

Are you having significantly increased allergy and asthma symptoms currently? If so, that means you are most likely allergic to grass!
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Spring Asthma

Spring Asthma

Not only does the spring bring beautiful flowers and sunny days but unfortunately it also comes with high pollen counts and extreme weather changes that can trigger allergies and asthma.
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Cold Weather Asthma

Cold Weather Asthma

People are surprised to learn that cold weather is among the many things that can trigger an asthma attack. Cold air causes the air passages in the lungs to narrow, and this makes breathing difficult. Exercising in cold air can make symptoms even worse. Indeed, cold air is so bad for people with asthma that medical experts believe that cold air can cause asthma in the first place.
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Acetaminophen use and Asthma: Are they associated?

Acetaminophen use and Asthma: Are they associated?

Acetaminophen is the drug of choice for fever in young children. 2000, however, concern was raised about the safety of acetaminophen that suggested that frequent use of acetaminophen among adults was associated with asthma, and among those who already had asthma, with more severe disease.
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"Woah, Your cough sounds bad! You should see a doctor.”

"Woah, Your cough sounds bad! You should see a doctor.”

Some estimates suggest, as much as 12% of the general population report chronic coughing, defined as a cough lasting for more than 8 weeks. Chronic cough is more common among women than among men, most commonly occurs in the fifth and sixth decades of life, and can persist for years, with substantial physical, social, and psychological effects. 
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The rising prices of Epipen- Resources to help.

The rising prices of Epipen- Resources to help.

For the millions of Americans at risk for life threatening anaphylaxis, epinephrine autoinjector is a lifeline. It is the only drug that can reverse this allergic reaction.
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