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17 May 2019
Sydney voters could face smoky conditions
Sydney voters lining up for polling booths tomorrow could face smoky conditions with a number of Hazard Reduction Burns occurring around parts of Sydney. Asthma Australia is advising those with asthma ...
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7 May 2019
How much exercise is best for asthma?
On World Asthma Day (May 7), Asthma Australia is sharing new research findings into how much exercise is best for asthma, in a bid to encourage people with asthma to get winter well. Keeping healthy ...
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30 Apr 2019
We must better prepare for hazard reduction burns
Smoke from hazard reduction burns is causing unrest and widespread asthma in people across Sydney, with many saying they were caught out. While it’s considered an important activity to reduce fuel ...
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11 Apr 2019
App becomes legacy for Christopher
The Christopher van Leeuwen Foundation has raised $40,000 in donations including financial support from The Green Shed Canberra and Asthma Australia, to give Australians better access to a vital Asthm ...
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9 Apr 2019
Asthma and mental health impacts highlighted in youth
As youth weeks roll out across the country, young people with asthma are being encouraged to reclaim their breath and their confidence by putting asthma in its place. Asthma affects 2.7 million Austr ...
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2 Apr 2019
New smoke tracking app being trialled in Gippsland Region
People living in the Gippsland Region, particularly those with asthma, are being sought to trial a new smoke tracking App called AirRaterSmoke. The AirRaterSmoke App, developed by the University of ...
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25 Mar 2019
Funding asthma services could relieve unnecessary burden on health
Funding asthma services could relieve unnecessary burden on health, Committee hears. Key Points: • SA Health can’t expect better outcomes by continuing the same approaches. • Investment in asthma se ...
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8 Mar 2019
Respiratory advice for Victorians affected by smoky conditions
VICTORIA: Asthma Australia is advising those with asthma to take precaution in smoky conditions following a state-wide air quality alert issued today, extending into the weekend. Smoke is a trigger ...
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7 Mar 2019
What do the updated asthma guidelines mean to me?
Asthma Australia is pleased to welcome the first update to the Australian Asthma Handbook, announced today by the National Asthma Council Australia. The Australian Asthma Handbook sets the best pr ...
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4 Mar 2019
Respiratory warning Bunyip State Park bushfire smoke
VICTORIA: People with asthma in the Bunyip State Park region affected by bushfire smoke are being urged to keep asthma medication on hand and avoid exposure to smoke wherever possible. If you are exp ...
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