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Focus on Spring Cleaning & Allergy Triggers
March 2016 | Issue No. 120
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Achoo! Is spring cleaning stirring up trouble in your home? If your child has allergies or asthma, it is best to hold off on vacuuming until he or she is out of the house—at school for the day, for example. 
Also In This Issue:
Ask the Pediatrician:
By: Kirstin Abel Lee, M.D., FAAP
Asthma Fable & Fact: 
Fable: Asthma clears up when you move to a warm, dry climate.
Fact: If the proper environmental measures are taken and medications are regularly used, people with asthma can live comfortably in any climate they prefer. Very rarely do people ever have to move out of a city or other area because of their asthma.  Click here for more asthma fables and facts.
Clean with Purpose: 
One of the easiest ways to clean out your pantry and help those in need is to donate your nonperishable foods—typically canned or packaged goods. See Feed Families, Not Landfills for more information. 
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