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A Hidden Asthma Trigger: Peanut Allergy

Many children with asthma have an undiagnosed peanut allergy or sensitivity. And that may lead to a worsening of asthma symptoms and more frequent asthma attacks. 212 more words


Live well with Asthma

Today ( Tuesday 5 May) is World Asthma Day. Asthma is a condition which affects one-in-10 Australians—that’s more than two million people!

Asthma is a condition of the airways; people with asthma have sensitive airways in their lungs which react to triggers that set off their asthma. 411 more words

Health And Wellness

6 days to go: First aid at work and asthma

Today I have been doing a very important course, the skills of which may come in useful for Sunday – my first aid at work requalification! 707 more words

Allergies: Ragweed

Sunny season is ending but you are still sneezing and sniffling all day night long. Be aware and know what is going on. Most cases of hay fever are caused by allergies to ragweed, it is an allergy from pollen of the plants and it belongs to genus ambrosia. 447 more words


Allergies Can Cause Asthma

Allergies can cause asthma, it is a common and well known problem. Asthma is a disease affecting the airways that carry air to and from the lungs. 471 more words


Updated thoughts on my episodes

After talking about it with Amber and my husband,  it seems still more like a good thing causing them.  Although I do believe I do have moderate amounts of unnecessary anxiety,  I don’t think the attacks themselves are from anxiety.  126 more words

Food Journal / Episode Journal

I had two episodes in the past week or week and a half. After chatting with Amber (@realfoodwithkids) doing a food journal was a good idea to see if I can pinpoint what’s causing the episodes, if they are of course food related. 355 more words