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Site - familyallergy.com/Blog
About Site - Family Allergy & Asthma is a leading group of board-certified allergists practicing at more than 20 locations throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana. We recognize that patients come to us because of the limitations placed on them due to their allergic or asthmatic conditions. It is our goal to remove these limitations, to the greatest possible extent, and to give patients their lives back.
Site - asthmacenter.com/blog.html
About Site - Allergy and Asthma blog with allergy news for Philadelphia, South Jersey by top allergists. Delaware Valley's official pollen, ragweed and mold counts.
Site - breathinstephen.com
SF Bay Area
About Site - To help cope with his severe asthma, Stephen Gaudet turned to exercise, developing his own pulmonary rehab program to help maintain what was left of his lung function. Big on aerobic exercise, he frequently takes part in race walking and endurance walking tournaments, chronicling his experiences, discussing his treatment decisions, and sharing the nuances of living with asthma in general.
Site - asthmaallergieschildren.com
About Site - Asthma Allergies Children is a website devoted to ideas that are within the guidelines set by accredited medical authorities for treatment of asthma and allergies.
Site - allergynotes.blogspot.com
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
About Site - Allergy, Asthma and Immunology News Updated Daily by Board-certified Allergists and Assistant Professors at University of Chicago and NSU.
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Site - asth.ma
About Site - Ann Wu is a doctor, mother, and asthma researcher at Harvard Medical School who uses this blog to share information about treatments, research, and more. She breaks down complex medical studies so that their findings are more digestible for other parents, puts a spotlight on the biggest gaps in research and overall medical knowledge pertaining to asthma, and shares helpful and informative links.
Site - anonymousasthma.me
About Site - There is no name.... what do you call the uncontrollable which doesn't fit the textbook. Sharing my life of living with difficult asthma, triumphs, failures and all that goes with it! This blog is for awareness of asthma but also to reflect on how I cope with my asthma and living a normal life and dealing with difficult situations. Blog by Olivia Fulton.