Exercise and Asthma

Exercise and Asthma

For about 5 – 20% of the population, difficultly breathing could point to something called exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB), a condition you might know as exercise-induced asthma. What are the signs and what should you know if you exercise regularly?...
Diet and Asthma

Diet and Asthma

A European study is looking at whether a healthier diet can help with Astma. The reason? A healthy diet is mostly made up of a high intake of fruit, vegetables and fiber. These have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and are elements in a healthy diet that...
Dr. Francisco Bonilla Joins NEAAI

Dr. Francisco Bonilla Joins NEAAI

NEAAI is very pleased to announce that highly regarded physician Dr. Francisco Bonilla will be joining NEAAI on Monday, June 4th. He is currently accepting new patients at our Leominster and Sudbury offices. Previously, Dr. Bonilla was Program Director of Clinical...
Spring Weather is Here

Spring Weather is Here

After a chilly start to spring, the trees are set to release a cloud of pollen into the air as temperatures reach the mid 80’s this week. See the Boston Globe’s story here.
Should You Exercise with Ashtma?

Should You Exercise with Ashtma?

As long as your asthma is well controlled there usually is no reason not to exercise. But it’s always important to check with your doctor before taking on a new exercise routine. And did you know soccer player David Beckham suffers from asthma? You can exercise...
Keeping Your Air Clean at Home

Keeping Your Air Clean at Home

The cold weather means that our houses are closed up tight and the air in our home can become a trigger for allergies. Beyond having an air purifier, washing sheets, eliminating mold, and having a vacuum with a HEPA filter can all help. Learn more here.