New study shows promise for smell and taste recovery post-COVID
In a recent analysis of 3,699 COVID-19 patients, data showed that 96% recovered their sense of smell by 180 days after infection.
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The short answer is yes, say asthma experts. It’s all about management
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Many things can cause an asthma flare-up. Here’s what you need to know to be prepared.
With a chronic condition like asthma, you’ll need to turn to a team of specialists to help you manage your symptoms and prevent attacks.
If you’re just starting to suffer symptoms of asthma, or if you’re newly diagnosed, here’s what you need to know about this chronic condition.
If you have asthma triggered by exercise (also known as exercise-induced bronchoconstriction), you may be wondering if you can still do your favorite activities. The good news? You certainly can.