Wednesday, August 20, 2014

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Although household asthma triggers can not be completely eliminated there are steps you can take to "asthma-proof" your home as much as possible.  The most common triggers in the home are dust mites, animal dander, urine and saliva, and mold. Taking stepds to eliminate these triggers will do wonder for your asthma control.

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People who have asthma are at greater risk during the fall and winter seasons of the year. Because your airways may already be inflamed due to your asthma, you are more likely to be susceptible to respiratory infections. If you do get an infection, then because you have asthma, you are also at greater risk of having more serious complications from…

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