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Cold Air and Asthma
Gregory M Metz, MD posted:
Now that the weather is getting colder for most of us, just a quick reminder (especially for those who go jogging in the morning) to carry your rescue inhaler with you especially if cold air is a trigger for your asthma. Cold air and upper respiratory infections (common this type of year) are triggers for asthma. Also, don't forget to obtain your flu vaccine.
Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
Thanks so much Dr. Metz for the helpful reminder! This is great to know and I will personally be more conscious of this now with my own daughter's asthma.

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