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“Columbus” Posts

BreatheAmerica post and content concerning our location in Columbus, Ohio where we treat chronic sufferers of asthma, allergies, and sinusitis.



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Advice for Healthy Living

Pat Bullock, RN, Lead Nurse – BreatheAmerica Columbus You Really Don’t Have to Live This Way Frequently, chronic asthma patients learn to live with their symptoms and do not actually identify them as being problematic. Examples include the following: Question: How is your asthma? Answer:  Fine (except for the wheezing that wakes me up at […]

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A Small, but Mighty Team

The Director’s Desk Lori Buehler, Executive Director – BreatheAmerica Columbus Columbus is defined by its friendly and diverse people. Every day in our center we are presented with the opportunity to meet patients of different ages, personalities, and concerns, but all of them have the same desire. They want to feel good again. This is […]

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Why Is My Nose So Dry In the Winter?

Advice for Healthy Living Pat Bullock, RN, Lead Nurse – BreatheAmerica Columbus Why is my nose so dry in the winter? Are you like me with this cold weather? I stay indoors where it is warm! But, I had severe nasal dryness and even bleeding when I blew my nose some days. Winter weather brings […]

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The Fight for Air Climb – Columbus

The Director’s Desk Lori Buehler, Executive Director – BreatheAmerica Columbus The Fight for Air Climb Consider joining BreatheAmerica on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at the Rhodes Tower in downtown Columbus, Ohio for the American Lung Association’s Fight for Air Climb. As the 40th Floor sponsor, we look forward to greeting the climbers as they reach […]

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