AAFA's Blog Named One of Healthline's Best Asthma Blogs of 2019

 

We are honored that the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America’s blog has again been named one of the best asthma blogs by Healthline for 2019! Healthline is a health site with information on many health topics.

Tell us what you want to see more of on our blog in the comments section below.

We could not have received this honor without all of our supporters and members. Our blog will continue to bring you information about asthma and allergic diseases, such as:

  • The latest asthma and allergy news and research
  • Advocacy alerts on issues that affect people with asthma and allergies
  • Resources and tips for managing allergic diseases
  • Inspiring stories about people who don't let their asthma define them
  • Medicine recalls
  • Announcements about special events like webinars and chats

Keep watching our blog for more information, news and research on managing asthma and allergies. Join our online discussion forums to talk with others managing these conditions. Thank you for helping us offer life-saving asthma and allergy resources!

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Kathy P posted:

Thanks everyone for your feedback! Lots of great info.

@Dawn Graziano - AAFA is continuing to advocate for safer travel. We can hopefully provide an update soon.

@ajeet kaur - here is a recent blog about dust mite allergy myths. Included are some tips on reducing your exposure. Is there something specific about quality of life you thinking of?

@Deborah Bartlett - AAFA has a page about medicine assistance programs. Thanks for the feedback on wanting more blogs about new treatments.

Can you tell me more about what you were thinking for the recipe? Easy recipes with nutrition information? or specific diet requirements? Our Kids With Food Allergies division has the Safe Eats® recipe collection if you need allergy-friendly recipes.

Hi Kathy! I had an idea 💡. Maybe, during certain blog posts that may be about certain types of food allergies...such as wheat, beef, eggs, dairy or intolerance to gluten, a recipe or two that would be safe for those particular people to make and consume. Such as a homemade soup...not beef noodle, but chicken noodle. Or substituting soy or chicken or beans for beef in chili. I think people would feel safe and confident to make and consume recipes posted here! 

Thanks for listening! 

Debbie 😊

Thanks everyone for your feedback! Lots of great info.

@Dawn Graziano - AAFA is continuing to advocate for safer travel. We can hopefully provide an update soon.

@ajeet kaur - here is a recent blog about dust mite allergy myths. Included are some tips on reducing your exposure. Is there something specific about quality of life you thinking of?

@Deborah Bartlett - AAFA has a page about medicine assistance programs. Thanks for the feedback on wanting more blogs about new treatments.

Can you tell me more about what you were thinking for the recipe? Easy recipes with nutrition information? or specific diet requirements? Our Kids With Food Allergies division has the Safe Eats® recipe collection if you need allergy-friendly recipes.

Thanks AAFA for the blog which caters to the asthmatic and allergic patients by providing information which help to improve the quality of life. I would like to see contents on how to deal with house dustmite induced allergies.

Thanks

 

The AAFA has been very helpful to me, by providing useful information. The community is full of wonderful people who are very friendly and knowledgeable.

I would like to read about new asthma medications. Possibly, money saving programs for medications. 

Stories written by people who have had a positive outcome when dealing with their asthma. 

Healthy recipes posted that can benefit our diets. 

Keep up the good work, AAFA!!!! ❤😀

Deborah Bartlett

Congratulations! It's praise well-earned.  I am always referring people to AAFA -- I think y'all gather so much helpful information, and present it in easy-to-use ways.

As for topics -- I'd like to see all of the above!

Thanks for all you do!

Debbie

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