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It can be difficult to quit smoking, but the health benefits to you and your loved ones makes it worthwhile.
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.
Baystate pulmonologist Dr. Pinto-Plata offers tips for controlling asthma successfully.
MassLive: Baystate Health Care Alliance/BeHealthy Partnership ACO has received a $750 grant from the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission to expand the Springfield Healthy Homes Asthma Program.
Michele Hart, RN, BSN helps people to breathe easier.
Pediatrician offers do-it-yourself household cleaner recipes free of harsher chemicals