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Health Beat: Virtual pet game for asthma

Health Beat: Virtual pet game for asthma "Taking your inhaler with the right technique," said Alexander Ryu, Wellapets co-founder/CEO. "Taking your controller inhaler at the right time, learning how to avoid triggers and learning how to recognize your own asthma symptoms and take action for … Full News here – Read more on WFMZ Allentown

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For Women With Asthma, Additional Complications Arise During Pregnancy

For Women With Asthma, Additional Complications Arise During Pregnancy On a recent afternoon, Kelly Liartis is at Magee Women's Hospital for a check-up. She's talking to her doctor Hyagriv Simhan about her soon-to-be-born baby — and her frequent summer asthma flare-ups. He's telling her that despite her fears, its … Full News here – Read […]

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Quinnipiac University physician assistant student organizing free asthma camp

Quinnipiac University physician assistant student organizing free asthma camp … “The goal of the asthma camp is to give special attention to each child and focus on the positives of this chronic illness,” said Nicole Cottle of Hamden, the physician assistant student organizing the camp as part of her being named a Paul Ambrose … […]

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Virtual pet game helps kids manage asthma

Virtual pet game helps kids manage asthma “Taking your inhaler with the right technique. Taking your controller inhaler at the right time. Learning how to avoid triggers and learning how to recognize your own asthma symptoms and take action for those,” explained Alexander Ryu, Wellapets Co … Full News here – Read more on WJXT […]

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Camp teaches children how to cope with their asthma

Camp teaches children how to cope with their asthma More than 50 children, like 8-year-old Colton Cowart, of Winona, learned what triggers their asthma, how medications work, and how better to manage their condition. The severity of the campers' asthma ranges from minor to those who are taking multiple … Full News here – Read more […]

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Sweet treatment for asthma

Sweet treatment for asthma A promising new candidate for an asthma drug has been found: a simple synthetic molecule based on a sugar effectively inhibits the bronchial inflammation that arises with respiratory disease – moreover, at an earlier stage than the current, widely … Full News here – Read more on HealthCanal.com

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Power outage leads to medical issue: Teen who suffers from asthma taken to the

Power outage leads to medical issue: Teen who suffers from asthma taken to the … MILWAUKEE (WITI) — We Energies officials say after Monday night's strong storms, 120,000 customers were without power — and some of those could be in the dark for awhile. We Energies crews have restored service to more than 108,000 customers […]

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Large CDC survey detects drop in asthma rates, but researchers cautious about

Large CDC survey detects drop in asthma rates, but researchers cautious about … NEW YORK — A new survey suggests asthma in the U.S. may finally be on the decline. But the results are so surprising that health officials are cautious about claiming a downturn. "I wouldn't say it's good news — yet," said the […]

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8 Signs Your Child Has Asthma — and You Don't Know It

8 Signs Your Child Has Asthma — and You Don't Know It The weather has finally warmed up, and you no longer fear your child will catch the flu. Your mind is at ease — until you stay up all night because your kid is constantly wheezing in the other room. It's reasonable to suspect […]

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Asthma rates declining but experts not breathing easier

Asthma rates declining but experts not breathing easier Carter Howard sits and watches a cartoon during his asthma treatment at his home in 2013 in Northbrook, Ill. A new survey suggests asthma in the U.S. may finally be on the decline, according to the findings from a large national health survey conducted … Full News […]

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Research and Markets: Spain Asthma Market Highlights – 2014

Research and Markets: Spain Asthma Market Highlights – 2014 The research includes Spain asthma market size estimates for 2013, market share forecast for six years to 2019, asthma drugs market share, asthma drugs sales estimates, asthma drugs sales forecast, and asthma late stage pipeline products. This research … Full News here – Read more on The […]

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RV battles asthma throughout East Bay

RV battles asthma throughout East Bay Guadalupe Garcia, 5, is examined by Geetika Sengupta, MD, as she visits the Breathmobile, a mobile asthma clinic, as it makes a stop at Verde Elementary School in North Richmond, Calif. on Thursday, June 12, 2014. With grants from Kaiser Permanente … Full News here – Read more on Contra […]

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Free Asthma Clinic helps patients in North City

Free Asthma Clinic helps patients in North City (KTVI) – Asthma and allergy sufferers can find free health care this summer in North St. Louis. St. Louis University's Dr. Ray Slavin says the best way to keep people with asthma healthy is to manage allergy symptoms. He said managing nasal allergy … Full News here – […]

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Preschool-aged children with AD, aeroallergen sensitization faced risk for asthma

Preschool-aged children with AD, aeroallergen sensitization faced risk for asthma Children with atopic dermatitis who developed sensitization to aeroallergens were more at risk for asthma during school years, according to research presented at the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology annual congress in Copenhagen. Full News here – Read more on Healio

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This Entrepreneur Built An Asthma Monitor To Save Lives—Just Not His Own

This Entrepreneur Built An Asthma Monitor To Save Lives—Just Not His Own In January, Stiffler, a friend of mine who I knew through the Phoenix-area tech community, was hospitalized after an asthma attack so severe, it took him more than two hours to drive 30 miles to the hospital. During the drive, he found himself […]

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