Exercise and asthma might seem to mix like oil and water, but there are ways to do it safely — and outside, too! Learn eight tips for preventing exercise-induced asthma attacks and what to do if, despite your best efforts, you find yourself in the middle of one.
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Contributor: Susan Joy, MD If you’re an athlete with asthma, you don’t have to hold back. With proper medication and conditioning, you can participate fully in sports. But in colder months, you should take some special precautions because cold dry air can trigger asthma attacks. Does this sound familiar? You start your workout and begin … Read More
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