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  • Dusts and pollens that have entered the buildings during long vacancy. the smell of other peoples’ scents, deodorants, soap residue, foods and many other products can trigger severe hayfever or asthma attacks. I know of one who is allergic to scents in ordinary hand soaps, mild toilet cleaner, Laundry Detergents and countless other products.

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  • Ive always been afraid of my kids developing asthma, as it can such a scary condition. I think in addition to the things this article suggests parents of asthma sufferers do, there should be more general awareness raising and education so the whole school community and general public are more prepared to help in an emergency and also in prevention etc.

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  • Really can be scary when your little one suffers asthma, especially during this time of the year.

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  • Great time to go to the Gp and make sure you have a up to date asthma plan

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  • it is a good time to go over your asthma plan too

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  • Asthma is so common nowadays that sometimes people can forget how serious it can get.

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  • Not a good time of year

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  • Good read thanks for the information

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  • My baby girl has asthma and she is 2.5yrs old and has to have her puffers 3 times a day it’s really bad and at times I feel so helpless.

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  • i myself have suffered asthma all of my life. Such a common condition can be life threatening so quickly

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  • my daughter has what they say is mild asthma and I always feel for those who have chronic asthama at such a young age

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  • such a scary time when you have a little one with asthma

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  • some good advice to follow

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  • lucky my daughter doesnt have asthma

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  • now i am worried . .

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