Cold and Flu Season Can Be a Monster

Flu & Cold Season Can Be A Monster

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Springtime Allergies Can Trigger Asthma Attacks in Children

April 12, 2012

For children with allergies who also suffer from asthma, the spring season can be life-threatening. But with the right medications and proper medical monitoring, children can stay on playgrounds with their friends without inviting an asthma attack.

Dr. Karen Chilton, a pediatric physician with Wake Faculty Physicians, discusses with WRAL what you can do to help your child manage springtime asthma.


View this video on WRAL.com.

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