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    Asthma and allergies can both sneak up on you when you don’t expect them to. They (along with eczema) can occur together, but they can also develop independently—people with allergies are more likely to have asthma, and vice versa, but the two do not always happen together. What is Asthma? Asthma is a lung disease in which the airways become inflamed (swollen) and the muscles around the airways tighten. This causes difficulty breathing—and symptoms of coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness and wheezing. Depending on where you live, between 8 and 12% people have asthma—in children, it is more common in boys than girls, but after puberty, it becomes more common in more girls and women than men and boys. Asthma can onset at any age, but is most common to begin in childhood, or after age 40. [1] It is treated with a variety of m
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    The last week of April, leading into May—allergy and asthma awareness month—is Allergy Awareness Week. Most of us are, at this point, aware of the difficulties and anxiety that exist surrounding managing food allergies and other potentially severe allergies, such as those to Latex. But what can we do to help people living with these types of potentially life-threatening allergies everyday?
    teal ribbon, the colour of allergy awareness.
    How you can help people living with allergies
    • Educate yourself! While it can surely get annoying, most peo