Soccer Kids and Sports with Allergies
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October

Soccer Kids and Sports with Allergies

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When your child has allergies, symptoms can kick in at the worst possible time. Stuffiness and a runny nose can make it difficult to breathe; itchy, watery eyes make it tough to see; and nighttime symptoms may sap a child of energy on game day. But with a bit of planning and a few good […]


Asthma Myth: Playing sports and exercising with asthma

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I have asthma and that means that I can’t exercise or play sports. What do you mean? Many people with asthma find it difficult to exercise. They may cough, develop chest tightness, wheezing, or have shortness of breath. However, this doesn’t mean that you should not exercise if you have asthma. In fact, exercising regularly […]