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Using Dry Powder Inhalers

If you use a dry powder inhaler (DPI), it’s very important to use it correctly, or you may not get the asthma medication you need.

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How Well Do You Know Your Asthma Device?

A big part of asthma control is getting the right medicine to where it can do you good – down in your lungs. For this reason, understanding how the devices that deliver asthma medications work is really important.

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Eating Well To Breathe Easier

Most of us are familiar with some of the health risks of being overweight, but did you know it can increase your risk of developing asthma and make asthma worse?

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Living With Asthma Round-Up

Living with asthma can be difficult at times, but it is manageable. Here we recap some helpful strategies for managing your asthma.

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Take A Deep Breath

When you have asthma, it’s not just physical triggers you need to be aware of. Stress and strong emotions may have you reaching for you reliever inhaler.

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Catching Z’s With Asthma

Asthma can reduce the quality and quantity of your sleep. But there are many ways to tackle the problem and get all the slumber you need.

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There’s Something In The Air

Air pollution doesn't cause asthma, but it can trigger symptoms or even an asthma attack. So how do you know when you may be at risk?

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Travelling Well With Asthma

You’ve got your asthma under control at home, but what precautions do you need to take if you’re travelling?

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Asthma And Strong Smells

Some common household products may trigger asthma symptoms.

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Asthma And Pets

They may be our best friends, but when it comes to asthma and allergies, pets can present a real problem.

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The Invisible Enemy

You may not be aware of sharing your home with dust mites, but these little critters are responsible for triggering an awful lot of allergies, wheezing and sneezing.

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The Four Seasons Of Allergy

Asthma and allergic rhinitis have a common enemy: allergens. The same allergens can deliver a one-two punch, irritating both your lungs and your nasal passages.

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It Really Gets Up Your Nose

Allergic rhinitis, often called hay fever, is closely related to asthma, and it's not uncommon to be hit with the double whammy.

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Clearing The Air

If you’ve got asthma, secondhand smoke can be a big deal, even when you don’t light up yourself.

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Quitting For People With Asthma (Part Two)

Quitting successfully is all about the right approach. Seeking help from your doctor will improve your chances of quitting for good.

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