Pages tagged with Asthma In Children

It goes without saying that kids are prone to coughs and colds, especially when they attend nursery and start school. This is all a normal part of growing and building an immune system and 99% of the time there is nothing to worry about. But what do you do when a cough just won't go a...
Most people with asthma are quite sensitive to the allergens such as dust mites, animal dander, mold spores and pollen, etc. If one of your family members is asthma patient, this article can be quite useful for you, because it can teach you how to create a healthy home environment for...
Travel can be fun, but travel with asthma can also be risky for the people with severe symptoms. However, travelling safely with asthma still can be possible, if you get well-prepared:
Did you know that the air that we breathe indoor is much more dangerous than outside? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the indoor air has approximately two to five times more contagious than outdoor air. In order to have clean air we should be aware of the dange...
If your toddler suffers the symptoms of asthma, you will feel very worried about him or her. In fact, there are some simple and practical tips for helping you take good care of your young child with asthma:
Winter is at the peak. Over the past several years, the incidence of a number of diseases has increased greatly due to climatic changes and global warming. Children are the worst hit and pollutants take a large share of the blame.
Each year in the USA, more than 80 000 children are sent to the emergency room due to asthma. This disease which is difficult to diagnose, often arouses the concern of parents. If you are a parent, there are some useful tips which can help you take care of your children with asthma:
Asthma is a long-term disease that has already affected millions of people all around the world. It is generally caused by allergies to certain substances such as dust, gases, smoke, pollens, foods, animal dander, cold weather, environmental changes, etc. Coughing, wheezing, difficult...
Recognizing asthma in children is not an easy task. There are two reasons for this. One, the symptoms of asthma are also shared by several other respiratory diseases. Second, children are often not able to express their difficulty in a manner that would allow an easy diagnosis.
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