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Category Archive for: Travelling with Asthma
No Smoking Day – The day you start to stop

Today is No Smoking Day. We all know smoking isn’t just bad for your pocket, but it can lead to cancers, chronic illnesses, and even death. With calls to ban branding off tobacco product packaging gaining traction, we look at some really good reasons to ditch the habit. From head to toe, it affects every Read More

Keep Calm it’s Christmas!

With Christmas Season Approaching temperatures drop but stress rises! With so many people making so many plans, dinners to cook, presents to buy, people to visit- it’s easy to get so snowed under (sorry I couldn’t resist!) by the preparations that you forget to relax and enjoy the very company of the family and friends Read More

Treatment plans for your asthma when on holiday

  Asthma UK has recently expressed concern at differences in the numbers of people being rushed to hospital with an asthma attack in the UK, depending on where they live. Its Compare Your Care campaign aim to find out why this geographical variation exists with the aim of better care for people with the condition. Read More

Tips for Low-Allergen travels when travelling with asthma

We read an interesting article the other day about changes that you can make to your garden to reduce the problems experienced by asthma sufferers. Now that’s all very well when you are at home, but this really got us thinking about how you can reduce your exposure to allergens when exploring the countryside on holiday too. Read More

Bill Bailey: Comedy and Medical Conditions

When you think of Bill Bailey you probably think of ‘Never mind the Buzzcocks’, QI, stand up comedy and crazy musical instruments, but one thing you may not know is that he also suffers from asthma, as I discovered in an article in the Mail on Sunday.