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“Spring” Posts



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Maximize Spring Cleaning by Targeting the WORST Allergen Offenders

Do you have a spring cleaning routine? Baseboards, ceiling fans, blinds, closet and pantry organization—the works? This year, you should amp up your routine by targeting the areas of your home that you may not even know are causing your allergy and asthma symptoms. Tackle these areas first: Dust Traps You’d be surprised at all […]

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Reclaim Spring from Seasonal Allergies

Spring is in bloom, but for those with seasonal allergies, it feels more like a beauty to behold from behind glass because of all the pollen in the air. At BreatheAmerica, we don’t want you to feel trapped inside this spring! Let us show you how to reclaim spring from allergies and enjoy this glorious […]

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BreatheAmerica on ABC7 at Noon with Denise Olivas (#BreatheBetter)

In the clip below, you’ll get the chance to watch Medical Director, Dr. Casillas and Nurse Practitioner, Nicole Davis share details and information on how BreatheAmerica is serving El Paso and how you can be more aware of your allergy symptoms to #BreatheBetter on ABC-7 at Noon with Denise Olivas. If you’ve had questions on […]

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Love Spring; Hate Asthma in the Spring?

Ashley Gudgel, Executive Director – BreatheAmerica Albuquerque Spring in New Mexico can be a beautiful time of year.  Many people love the mild weather and sunshine, but our winds can take your breath away, literally.  For children and adults spring can be a time of living with active asthma, including more coughing, wheezing or serious asthma […]

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I Love Spring

Ashley Gudgel, Executive Director – BreatheAmerica Albuquerque I love spring.  The baby bunnies, baby birds and my honey bees are all out and about, and so are the beautiful flowering trees. That also means that it’s the sneeziest season of all here in New Mexico with spring winds blowing all that pollen and dust about. Trees, […]

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Do Not Wait Until the Fluff Flies…Cottonwoods

Bethany K. McClean, MPH, AE-C – BreatheAmerica Albuquerque  Ah the fluffy little puffballs of late spring that leave children and adults alike enchanted. They also leave those who suffer from pollen allergies running for the nearest door.  Before you stampede in attempts to minimize exposure, you should know that if you’re trying to avoid the […]

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