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5 Things About Asthma To Be Thankful for this Thanksgiving

5 Things About Asthma To Be Thankful for this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is the wonderful time of year when we gather around the table, hold hands and express gratitude for our loved ones and all that […]

Asthma-Friendly Thanksgiving Breakfast: Pumpkin Bran Muffins!

Asthma-Friendly Thanksgiving Breakfast: Pumpkin Bran Muffins!

When you think about Thanksgiving you usually think about DINNER and family and friends gathered around a table ready to chow down on a huge […]

Asthma-Friendly Thanksgiving: Squash and Carrot Soup

Asthma-Friendly Thanksgiving: Squash and Carrot Soup

“To Be or Not To Be” may be the question, but at Thanksgiving time what most people are really asking is, “When’s dinner?” While Turkey […]

Carolyn’s Asthma Chronicles:  “Puberty Stinks!”

Carolyn’s Asthma Chronicles: “Puberty Stinks!”

Puberty Stinks! There I said what every preteen and teen parent is thinking but afraid to vent out loud. Sure there are a few benefits […]

How to Create an Asthma and Allergy Safe Halloween Trick Free Treats ZONE

How to Create an Asthma and Allergy Safe Halloween Trick Free Treats ZONE

All Hallows’ Eve is an evening of fantasy, fun, candy and for many parents of children with asthma and allergies a real cause of FEAR; […]

5 Tips to Keep that Sneeze from Turning into a Wheeze

5 Tips to Keep that Sneeze from Turning into a Wheeze

You cannot turn on the TV or the computer without hearing another story about how the Enterovirus D68 is affecting hundreds of kids around the […]

Asthma, Exercise and Your Child at School

Asthma, Exercise and Your Child at School

We all know that physical activity is good for us. Regular exercise is essential for growing bodies to remain healthy and fit. Yet, for many […]

Asthma-Friendly School Lunch:  Bell Pepper Spread Sandwiches

Asthma-Friendly School Lunch: Bell Pepper Spread Sandwiches

My daughter has always taken her lunch to school. With all her allergies and asthma it has just been an easier way for us to […]

Asthma: Is Your Child Is Ready to Carry Their Own Inhaler at School?

Asthma: Is Your Child Is Ready to Carry Their Own Inhaler at School?

My daughter Grace is entering middle school this year and for the first time she will be carrying her own inhaler. Her doctor and I […]