If you’re like millions of Americans who suffer from allergies, the warming weather is on your radar and is a sign of the current pollen season, along with itchy eyes and a runny nose. Although we tend to associate seasonal allergies with springtime, they can occur at any time and many things can trigger an allergy or asthma attack. To help you manage your allergies, we have gathered information that will help you prepare for the changing seasons.
Lung & Respiratory Stories
The life of Rachel Course mirrors that of many other women her age.
After 15 days in the hospital, Liz was able to go home, and soon began a nine-week outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation program at Saddleback Memorial to learn to manage her condition.
Embracing a culture of patient- and family-centered care leads to better health outcomes, wiser allocation of resources and greater patient and family satisfaction.