How to manage a two-pronged attack on your airways

Allergies alone can make you pretty miserable. But sometimes what triggers allergies can create even more havoc — in the form of asthma.   When you develop sneezing, wheezing and shortness of breath all at once, you may have allergic asthma.   Here, allergist/immunologist Ronald Purcell, MD, explains four things you should know about this condition.

1. The asthma is usually linked to allergic rhinitis

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