Monday, April 21, 2014

Traveling

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Traveling away from home requires at least some level of planning for the average person, but if you have asthma, you will need to do bit more leg work. Some tips include packing rescue medicine, renewing prescriptions, and making a list of all medications, as well as a note from your doctor.

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So your job has you weary eyed and ready for a vacation.  You decide to pack your bags and travel to... where?  It doesn't matter, because wherever you go, when you have asthma you have no choice but to plan ahead.   That in mind, I have compiled 11 tips for traveling with asthma I learned…

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Nancy Sanker, Health Guide, posted Traveling With Asthma: Part II Traveling to foreign lands…. Traveling abroad takes extra preparation, but yields…

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Nancy Sanker, Health Guide, posted Traveling With Asthma: Part I Ahhhhh, I can still remember the excitement of childhood summer vacations. Suitcases…

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