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Moving to Boise, Idaho? Here’s What You Need to Know About Allergies & Asthma in Boise

Moving to Boise, Idaho? Here’s What You Need to Know About Allergies & Asthma in Boise

Asthma is among the most common chronic diseases in the US, with more than 25 million individuals affected by it. What most individuals don’t realize is that not all asthma is the same. There are a variety of types of Asthma (please link to Oct 2020 blog)featuring different causes and symptoms.
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Not All Asthma Is the Same: Learn About the Different Types of Asthma

Not All Asthma Is the Same: Learn About the Different Types of Asthma

Over 25 million Americans suffer from asthma. Children account for about 4% of this number. As a person living with asthma, a special occasion can turn into a nightmare in a second. They need to be extra careful every day to avoid allergens and possible attacks.
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How Does Boise Air Quality Effect Pollen Allergy and Asthma?

How Does Boise Air Quality Effect Pollen Allergy and Asthma?

Smoke in the air can be a significant health risk here in the Boise, ID. One of the downsides of living in the west is the smoke from forest fires impacting air quality. If you have allergies or asthma conditions, this could affect you even more in a negative way.
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Why Should You See an Allergist for Asthma

Why Should You See an Allergist for Asthma

The most common type of Asthma is Allergic, or Allergy-Induced Asthma. While allergies alone can be a nuisance and difficult to manage, combined asthma, these symptoms and "attacks" can be very scary, and life-threatening.
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Asthma and COVID-19 – What You Need to Know

Asthma and COVID-19 – What You Need to Know

Currently there is no evidence of increased infection rates in those with asthma. And although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that patients with moderate-severe asthma could be at greater risk for more severe disease, there are no published data to support this determination at this time.
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How COVID-19 Symptoms Can Mimic Asthma & Allergies

How COVID-19 Symptoms Can Mimic Asthma & Allergies

Seasonal allergies & asthma can bring an increase in symptoms like sniffles, sneezes, & coughing. Many people are worried about the risk of COVID-19. It’s important to offer yourself reassurance by understanding the difference between COVID-19 symptoms & allergies or asthma symptoms.
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Five Ways to Manage Your Asthma in the Cold Winter

Five Ways to Manage Your Asthma in the Cold Winter

Winter brings a whole lot of problems that not all of us are ready to deal with. For people with asthma, the low temperature & dry air make winter a much less favored season. To avoid as much wheezing & coughing, there are certain preventive steps you can take to help with winter asthma symptoms.
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How Do You Diagnose and Treat Chronic Cough?

How Do You Diagnose and Treat Chronic Cough?

A cough that lasts for 8 weeks or longer is considered a chronic cough. Respiratory infection or a common cold is usually not the cause of chronic cough. After 2 months, a chronic cough not only becomes annoying and irritating but it may also start impacting your daily quality of life.
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Is My Chronic Cough from Allergies or Something Else? Signs to Look Out For

Is My Chronic Cough from Allergies or Something Else? Signs to Look Out For

We all have experienced a cough that happens during cold or flu- it is the kind of cough that bothers us for a few days during the infection and then slowly tapers off as we start recovering. But sometimes, the cough just doesn’t go away, what about that? Dry cough may be a symptom of allergies.
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What Causes Chronic Cough?

What Causes Chronic Cough?

Coughing is a very common condition & all of us experience it at some time. Cough can be caused due to many reasons like lung disease, upper respiratory tract infection, reflux, heart failure, certain medications, airway irritants, etc. In most cases, the cough gets relieved in 1 to 2 weeks.
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