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Spring 2017

  • Spring, Gardening, and Asthma
    By Tracy Marquette, RRT, AE-C
    It's that time of the year: trees are turning green, grass is growing, and flowers are blooming. People with asthma no longer need to avoid gardening. Just follow these helpful tips from a respiratory therapist (and asthmatic) for understanding and controlling your triggers.

  • Now Is the Time To Look for an Asthma Camp in Your Area
    By Sara Parker, MPH, RRT-NPS, AE-C
    Children diagnosed with asthma and allergies often don’t take the opportunity to attend a summer camp. The good news is, with proper self-care, children with ┬áthese conditions can participate in every activity offered at camp.

  • Five Signs Your Asthma Is Getting Worse
    By Kellie Carroll, MPA, RRT-NPS, AE-C
    Asthma is a chronic disease that can get better or worse depending on several factors, such as overall health, stress, and exposure to environmental triggers at home, work, or school. Get to know the signs and then take action.

  • News Bits
    Read the newest information about asthma and allergies from these studies appearing online.


Allergy & Asthma Health Staff

Marsha Cathcart
Thomas J. Kallstrom, RRT, FAARC
Managing Editor
Kelly Piotrowski
Graphic Artist


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