Janet Smith was sure she wasn’t overreacting. Her 18-month-old daughter Heather had terrible symptoms: she was throwing up eight times a day, her stomach was bloated, and her diapers needed to be changed constantly.
Asthmatics are living half lives, shunning exercise, medications and coughing their way through the night. It doesn’t have to be this way. Article from the Canadian edition of Allergic Living. Adrienne Smith has been battling with her asthma since she was diagnosed at the age of 13. For Smith, high school gym class was particulary… Read more »
We all want to breathe in the purest air, especially in our homes. Improve air quality for you and your family with these 15 easy tips.
From the Allergic Living magazine archives. Forget the stereotype of the wheezy, wimpy kid puffing on an inhaler. Young athletes prove that you can be a winner in sports – even with asthma. SINCE being diagnosed with asthma when he was 4 years old, Brett Favaro has suffered pneumonia and bronchitis, asthma attacks, and been… Read more »
We’ve sealed ourselves indoors with a toxic stew of gases, dust and mold. Home is just not so sweet any more.
Air Canada is now allowing pets to travel in airplane cabins. The new policy may be good news for pet owners, but those with allergies and asthma are concerned about what it means for them.
Without a scientific study showing that passengers can have severe reactions to peanuts from airborne peanut particles, the U.S. Department of Transportation has a hard time persuading Congress to ban peanuts on airplanes.
Good schools are breathing better; questions to ask.