Thursday, July 30, 2015


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The thought of your asthmatic child playing a sport may be a scary one, but allowing your child to engage in physical activity will help him or her build up strength in the heart and lungs over time. That said, there are many things you can do as a parent to help your child maintain a happy and healthy time while playing.

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So your son is at an age where he is chomping at the bit to play a team sport -- like baseball, football, basketball, soccer or hockey -- and you're wondering if this is a good idea.  What do you do?   Here's what you do:  you let him. There's actually evidence that supports that instead of these activities being harmful, they might …

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James Thompson, MD, Health Pro, answered i'm asthma patience, can i play…   Hi Lukman,   My answer to your question depends on the level of…


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