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My life with Asthma

I have Asthma. “Exercise Induced”, “Allergy Induced”, aka “Chronic Bronchial Asthma” – it’s a lung disease no matter what you call it. As a child I was always sick. 672 more words

My "Scribbles"

Day 3. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

I remember the first time I died I was about five. I had an asthma attack. I was in the back of my aunt’s car with my mom driving to the hospital. 81 more words


Day 108: Memento sick

At the cottage again. Asthmatic again. We’re just staying one night, but I already feel the chest tightening, the breath getting heavier, the wheezing slowly appearing again. 74 more words

Acceptance and Healing

This past December 2013 I experienced a profound healing. For almost all of 2013 I had been struggling to breathe.  My inability to breathe well was impacting every part of my life.  2,695 more words

12 Million Misdiagnoses Occur Yearly in US, Study Finds-- The great modern medicine

At least one in 20 U.S. adults, or 12 million people yearly, may be misdiagnosed when they go to see their doctors, a new study suggests. 512 more words


Brittle Asthma will not stop Josie blowing her own trumpet - or Tenor Horn

TALENTED young musician Josie Whale, of Launceston, has been invited to take part in the National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain Easter course again this year. 421 more words


April 17th, 2014

I woke up at 9 with no voice, a nagging cough and shortness of breath. Needless to say I didn’t do anything productive.

Around noon I rode to Walmart to procure cold medicine and then I got lunch/breakfast at a sub shop called Aloha Subs. 120 more words