Tag Archives: Asthma

Spotting Asthma in Your Baby or Toddler

SATURDAY, March 20, 2021 — Diagnosing babies and toddlers with asthma is challenging, because it’s difficult to measure lung function in this young group. What makes diagnosis easier is knowing your child’s symptoms. A leading pediatrics group offers some tips for parents who suspect their infants or toddlers may have asthma or are having symptoms… Read More »

Air Pollution Tied to Asthma in Young Kids

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 19, 2020 — High levels of air pollution may increase young children’s risk of developing asthma and persistent wheezing, researchers warn. The findings “support emerging evidence that exposure to air pollution might influence the development of asthma,” according to a report by Torben Sigsgaard, of Aarhus University in Denmark, and colleagues. For the… Read More »

For how asthma qualify

Treatment is either by inhaler or oral medication. Kirsten Schultz is a writer from Wisconsin who challenges sexual and gender norms. The personal statement of how the illness has affected the student will give perspective in the impact and reflecting the school’s statement and the consultant’s statement. Children suffering with asthma deserve to have their… Read More »