Asthma episodes are often triggered by hazards in the home, including mold, pests, dust mites, tobacco smoke, and chemicals in the air. By making your home healthier, you can prevent asthma triggers and keep your family healthy.
There has been an early increase in cases of the highly contagious respiratory syncytial virus, better known as simply RSV.
Baystate pulmonologist Dr. Pinto-Plata offers tips for controlling asthma successfully.
Clinical nurse educator Teresa Connolly of Baystate Children’s Hospital offers some tips on getting the most accurate reading when taking your child’s temperature.
Dr. Brian Sutton of Baystate Health Urgent Care answers common questions about the flu.