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Stop Indoor Air Illnesses

December 17, 2018

Cold weather means closed windows. If you find yourself coughing, sneezing, and feeling sick this winter… it might not be cold or flu—it might be indoor air pollution! Check to see if any of these are causing what might look like winter illness—but actually are triggers in your home! First, check your air filters. Changing […]

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When you’re at work or around town, you’re likely to hear some coughing and sneezing—and it’s probably coming from multiple illnesses! Colds, flu, RSV, whooping cough, and other respiratory illnesses can all look similar: coughing, aches, malaise, fever. Some healthy adults may have few or no symptoms, making it easier for them to get around […]

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You don’t have to have a cold to experience congestion. During this time of year, the cold dry weather can easily trigger all kinds of mucus, whether it’s hard and blocked, runny, or somewhere in between. You might spend all day battling it, only to continue into the night, fighting to breathe, and to sleep. […]

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What’s a nebulizer? It takes a liquid and turns it into a breathable mist, and it’s an invaluable tool when dealing with any respiratory problems. You don’t need a prescription to get a nebulizer. Sometimes, people will get a prescription for a meication to nebulize (ERs love writing scripts for steroids) but there are lots […]

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Do More with Your Nebulizer

November 22, 2016

Nebulizers are trending up—a lot of people are being told to get one, but they may not be sure what to do with it afterward. If you haven’t yet encountered nebulizers, they’re a device that turns liquid into a breathable mist; they can be a great immune support tool during cold and flu season, so […]

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