Dust mites are a common trigger for many people’s allergy and asthma symptoms. While they can be found throughout the house, these microscopic creatures thrive in warm, humid environments such as bedding, upholstered furniture and carpeting. Because so much time is spent in the bedroom, it is essential to reduce dust-mite levels there. What you can do:Read More
As the parent of a child with asthma, it’s important to know the difference between the two types of inhaled asthma medications:Read More
The most important thing any smoker can do to improve his or her health is to quit smoking completely. That means not smoking at all, not even “once in a while” or “just when I'm out with my friends.” It may take a few tries, but you can stop using tobacco for good.Read More
Q: My son’s allergist prescribed a peak flow meter to use at home. What is it for and how do we use it?