Yesterday was World Asthma Day! To raise awareness of the condition and mark the day, we’re talking all things asthma – from what it is, to how to manage symptoms. Today, we bring you some top lifestyle tips, to help you breathe a little easier…
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Did you know, there are a whole host of sports stars that suffer from asthma or asthma-related conditions? We list nine top sports stars that have been associated with the condition, to show you that asthma need not limit your abilities or your potential!
Asthma is a condition estimated to affect 300 million people worldwide! Today is World Asthma Day – a day dedicated to the improvement of Asthma awareness and care around the world. In today’s blog post, we discuss the triggers, symptoms and management of this condition. Did you realise that there’s a LOT more to Asthma treatment than that trusty blue inhaler?!
For those that don’t suffer from hay fever, it can be hard to understand just how debilitating the condition can be, affecting a person’s life for weeks – even months – at a time. We share some of the ways that hay fever can affect everyday life (that you might not have thought about)…
At this time of year, it’s hard to tell the difference between hay fever and a cold. It’s an important distinction, as the two have very different treatments! We asked our Superintendent Pharmacist, Dipali Khurana, how to tell the difference between the two!
It’s that time of year again – the season that all hay fever sufferers hate the most. As the sun comes out to play, pollen levels start to rise, causing havoc with our eyes, nose and mouth. But what can be done to relieve the symptoms of hay fever? We discuss this, and more, in our article on the topic.
From sneezing, to rashes, to life-threatening anaphylaxis – an allergy can present in a any number of different ways! As part of Allergy Awareness Week 2017, we give an overview of what it means to ‘be allergic’ to something, along with some common examples of allergies.
We offer some last minute advice to those taking on the big challenge this weekend – whether it’s your first time, or you’re a marathon pro, read what team LDC have got to say…
We all get aches and pains, but there are few things more frustrating than a pain that keeps coming back! You probably already know that damage to muscles or nerves can cause joint pain, but did you know that a common cause of joint pain is bursitis?
LDC founder and CEO, Dr Seth Rankin, speaks out about areas of your body that are susceptible to damage during marathon running and, more importantly, the best ways to minimise the risks of such damage.