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AAFA National Sep 18
We are in the middle of what we call Asthma Peak Week - the time of year when there is a spike in attacks,  urgent care visits and hospitalizations. It's so important to control asthma.  shares his story of Losing Laura 3 yrs ago (thread 👇)
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👑 Ken Barb 🦄 1h
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DrBatra's Homeopathy 23h
are one of the biggest contributors of dust allergies. Infact, they could also be an trigger. The best way is to kill dust mites with heat. Participate in this quiz and let us know your answer in the comments.
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CYP StN Network Sep 17
A great child friendly resource explaining what happens to your airway if you have asthma.
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JAY 10h
Wheezing during sex >>>
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Sara Nelson (RN, QN) Sep 18
Great update from and Rita on the excellent system wide progress for care made since their Regulation 28 notice
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HealthyLDN Sep 17
1 in 10 children and young people in London have but less than half of these have an asthma management plan or know how to use their inhaler correctly. Ask your GP or health professional for help using your inhaler.
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HealthyLDN Sep 17
Karen, a school nurse, tells us about friendly schools. The most common question asked by school children is: “can you catch asthma?”
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St George's NHS FT Sep 17
Earlier this year we rolled out London’s 1st bag scheme to schools as part of a drive to improve asthma awareness. Working with Wandsworth & Merton Children’s Asthma Board, we provided emergency asthma kits to local state schools
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Allergy & Asthma Network Sep 17
Inhalers are an important part of management, but using them correctly is a challenge for some patients. Check out these videos from (English & Spanish) that demonstrate proper inhaler technique, with or without a spacer.
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Asthma Causes 14h
Many of the generating genes are related to the immune system or modulating inflammation.
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Martin Guest Esq. #FBPE Sep 20
If you have then please take my advice. If there is a no-deal and you fear inhalers may be in short supply, make sure you learn the Breathing Method now! It could be a life saver for you!
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Asthma Causes Sep 19
In very severe cases of , intravenous corticosteroids, magnesium sulfate, and hospitalization may be required.
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Asthma Causes Sep 20
The hygiene hypothesis suggests the increased rate of as a result of reduced exposure of kids to non-pathogenic bacteria and viruses
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Asthma Causes 12h
Some genetic variants may only cause when they are combined with specific environmental exposures.
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Peter DeMarco Sep 18
I've been trying so hard to tell people with asthma that this week of September -- Asthma Peak Week - is the most dangerous of the year. If only Laura had known. Please share this video of her story with ANYONE who has asthma, & my important thread below
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Allergy & Asthma Network Sep 19
If your wakes you up 2 or more times per month, then it's a sign your symptoms are not well controlled. Hear from Don Bukstein, MD, on making your bedroom a "safe sleep zone" for asthma.
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My Health My Home 19h
Did you know that 12% of new childhood cases in Europe can be attributed to Indoor mould exposure? We must drive further awareness of to make sure this does not happen!
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Christine Marcotte 4h
So many of us get a diagnosis or an intense feeling and think we are the only one. But for every diagnosis I have had I have met others once I share... and a variety of other…
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Asthma Causes 11h
The strongest risk factor for developing is a history of atopic disease.
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