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Here are the top ten articles for the Asthma Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The Common Cold and Asthma
Autumn is cold and flu season. While the common cold is usually mild for most people, colds can cause serious and life-threatening complications in asthmatic kids and adults. Learn what to watch for when you or your child has a cold and what you should do if you get sick.
2. Cool Mist Humidifier or Steam Vaporizer for Asthma
Conflicting information makes is it hard to choose the right humidifier for your asthma. Read on to learn the pros and cons of cool mist humidifiers and steam vaporizers and how to choose the best one for your asthma.
3. Asthma Shop
Asthma management is key to staying healthy and active with asthma. Here, you'll find a list of products that I have personally found to help with asthma management.
4. Seven Tips to Quiet an Asthma Cough
Doctors do not recommend cough medicine for asthmatics. Read on for seven natural cough remedies to help you and your kids to have some relief from constant coughing.
5. Smoking Bans in Cars with Children
Secondhand smoke is dangerous and concentrated in vehicles. Children are especially susceptible to health problems when riding in a vehicle where someone has smoked or is smoking. Learn how you can keep you and your kids safe.
6. Asthma's Nothing to Wheeze At!
Good asthma management is the key to feeling better and keeping asthma stable. Learn how to start taking control of your asthma with this new ebook.
7. Asthma and the Flu
Asthma and flu are a dangerous combination. Learn how to tell if you have a cold or the flu, how to take care of your asthma if you come down with the flu and more.
8. Cystic Fibrosis and Asthma
Cystic fibrosis and asthma are two separate diseases; however, they share some similar symptoms. In addition, some CF patients can also have asthma. Read on to learn more about CF and how doctors determine if a patient has both asthma and CF.
9. Pulmonary Embolism and Asthma
Recent studies have shown that asthmatics are more prone to pulmonary embolism than the general population. This lung condition can be deadly, but can be treated if caught early. Read on to learn the symptoms of a blood clot in the lungs and how to prevent pulmonary embolism.
10. General Anesthesia and Asthma
General anesthesia presents some risks for asthma patients. Read on to learn how general anesthesia effects asthma, and learn about guidelines for safe use of general anesthesia for asthmatics.
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