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Minimizing Triggers

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Determining what your asthma triggers are is the first step in controlling your asthma symptoms. Some of the top asthma triggers include stress, allergies, cold air, and exercise.

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So what is the effect on high altitudes on asthma? If I board an airplane, will this make my asthma worse? What if you climb to the top of a mountain? These are common questions I've had to answer over the years. In fact, when I traveled to Denver in 1985 to stay at the asthma hospital -- Denver is a mile high -- this was one of the questions my…

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Jennifer Rackley, Health Guide, posted 6 Tips for Asthmatics to Manage Spring… After the winter we have had-- like most of you-- we are ready for the…

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Kathi MacNaughton, Health Pro, commented on Winterizing Your Asthma Management Plan Elevation can definitely make a difference! But most of us can acclimate to…

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Kathi MacNaughton, Health Pro, commented on Do Strong Smells Trigger Your Asthma? … I think I would begin by talking to someone in your HR department. If you…

02/09/15

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