Traveling is hard. Traveling with allergies is harder. This post helps you be as safe as possible when traveling with allergies, asthma, food allergies or eczema.
Are you sure that your toddler was CORRECTLY diagnosed with asthma? Or are your worried your child’s symptoms may be asthma? This article will help ensure you get right answers for your son or daughter.
It IS possible to have asthma without having any symptoms. I’ts called being a ‘poor perceiver’ and it’s common! Read this post to see if you should worry about this (for yourself or your kids). And, if so, learn how to fix it.
Is your child’s asthma REALLY well controlled? Find out with the childhood asthma control test and fix it before you need an urgent care or ER visit!
Do you know what it means to have good asthma control? Do you think you have good asthma control? Think your doctor does? Approximately 6 out of 10 asthmatics who’s doctor “thinks their asthma is controlled” are NOT really controlled! Surprised? Let me ask you one final question: Have you heard of the asthma control […]