Keep Your Holidays Free of Sneezing & Wheezing
December 7, 2016
Keep Your Holidays Free of Sneezing & WheezingThe Asthma Center is pleased to present Dr. Marc Goldstein's vlog on how to keep your holidays free of sneezing & wheezing!
Allergy Testing for Asthma?
November 4, 2016
Allergy Testing for Asthma?For the first time in its 86 year history, the American Academy of Pediatricians recently recommended using allergy testing for kids with asthma. The report also recommended creating personalized care plans for children with asthma, including environmental history - the indoor and outdoor environments - where kids live, learn, and play.
A-Z Drug Discounts, Coupons & Savings Programs
November 1, 2016
A-Z Drug Discounts, Coupons & Savings ProgramsWe’re excited to announce a new feature on our website, our Drug Coupons page! In one place, all the current web links to the latest offers, ways to save on the most commonly recommended allergy and asthma medications!.
Buyer Beware: Flu Shots? Get the Best
Extreme Bloom Burst: Radiant Ragweed Invasion
September 7, 2016
Extreme Bloom Burst: Radiant Ragweed InvasionExtreme Ragweed Pollen Count for Philadelphia, PA & Southern New Jersey
Ragweed Pollen Surge for Philly & Southern NJ
August 18, 2016
Ragweed Pollen Surge for Philly & Southern NJ“Ragweed surged,” according to NAB certified pollen station counter, Dr. Donald Dvorin. The Asthma Center specialist recommend taking three key steps now.
Amish Dust Protects Against Allergies & Asthma
August 17, 2016
Amish Dust Protects Against Allergies & AsthmaThe Asthma Center's specialists review new study - Results provide valuable insight and possible future options for preventing allergies and asthma.
Ragweed Rising: Three Keys of Readiness
August 16, 2016
Ragweed Rising: Three Keys of Readiness“Ragweed pollen tripled in the last 24 hours,” says Dr. Dvorin. Three Keys for Ragweed Readiness.
Sports Asthma and the Olympics
August 12, 2016
Sports Asthma and the OlympicsThere is one way that Olympians are just like everyone else: Olympic athletes have the same risk (8%) of developing asthma as the general population. The rate of asthma has increased in recent decades and asthma is now the most common chronic condition for Olympic participants.Few of us are born Olympians, but physical activity is important for everyone, even if you have asthma and/or sports asthma alone.
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