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  • Allergies and hay fever - Are allergies and hay fever a trigger for your asthma over the spring/pollen season? Find out how you can protect yourself this hay fever season.
  • antibiotic breakthrough in asthma treatment - Australian Researchers have found an antibiotic used for lung disease reduces the risk of asthma flare ups! Prof Peter Gibson answers common questions about this discovery.
  • Asthma first aid app - What do you do in an asthma emergency? What are the steps for asthma first aid? If you don’t know the answer, download the new asthma first aid app so you’ve the information you need right at your fingertips.
  • Dental Health Week - Research has shown that people with asthma are at an increased risk of tooth decay, tooth erosion, gum disease and oral thrush. People with asthma are more likely to breathe through their mouth and the medications used for treating asthma can reduce the production of saliva.
  • ENJO - a personal story - Here from Barb De Corti, Founder and CEO of ENJO Australia, about her personal asthma story and why she chose to partner with Asthma Australia and help find a cure for asthma.

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