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Meet the Lung Health Expert: Dr. Darryl Adamko

By Admin on 2017-08-22

Dr. Darryl Adamko is one of two Saskatchewan-based pediatric respirologists (children’s lung doctors) – with a special connection to The Lung Association. As a medical student, Dr. Adamko helped look after the children’s medical needs at our summer asthma camp.

As a medical student, you attended The Lung Association asthma camp.  Tell us what camp was like for you.

Quitting Smoking – We are here to help!

By Admin on 2017-01-16

The Certified Respiratory Educators at The Lung Association are always eager and happy to help anyone with their quit journey.  I am grateful to be part of this small but mighty Health Promotion team that empowers everyone to breathe easier.  I find that each person’s quit experience is different.  However, there tends to be several common myths about quitting that can be barriers to many people’s success.  Here are three common quit myths.


 

Quit Myth #1: “Quitting smoking is the same for everyone.”

Beyond the Rain

By Admin on 2013-06-26

Mould is a trigger for asthma and asthma-related symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness. When you are exposed to mould, the smooth muscle that wraps around the airways tightens. Mould also causes inflammation and increased production of phlegm, headaches and fatigue, and allergic reactions.