Mommy, I Can't Breathe: The Modern Guide to Navigate Allergies and Asthma

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Stoney Creek Pub, May 10, 2021 - Health & Fitness - 242 pages

Mommy, I Can't Breathe details Dr. Renee Matthews' real-life journey with severe asthma and allergies that began as an infant. She provides an in-depth knowledge of severe asthma, the direct and silent symptoms, pain-relieving medications, emergency medications, and personal therapies. Readers will also learn more about causes and types of asthma such as allergies, non-allergies, exercise-induced, nocturnal, occupational, and steroid-resistant. Mommy, I Can't Breathe illustrates how to diagnose your infant and loved ones of allergies and asthma, plus there's a guide on the right identifying and visiting a specialist. The relationship between asthma and eczema, asthma and oѕtеороrоѕіѕ, air pollution, and outdoor triggers will also be unveiled. In the end, readers will discover how to live with asthma during cold seasons and finally, learn how to travel with asthma and allergies, coping in different environments, and engaging in sports.

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Dr. Renee Matthews is becoming a leader in the healthcare industry. She has spent the early part of her career as a medical educator and as a radio host for a satellite radio show. Dr. Renee Matthews was awarded the 2013 Friend of Mobile C.A.R.E. Award for her commitment to raising awareness of asthma in her current city of Chicago. In addition to writing about health, Dr. Matthews conducts speaking engagements on topics like social media, motivation, inspiration and provides business advice to start-ups and entrepreneurs.In addition to being featured in Ebony and Essence magazine. Dr. Matthews was a contributing writer for Good Enough Mother, MadameNoire and Black and Married With Kids, where she was reporting on health news and health care. In addition to her columns, Dr. Matthews has often appeared as a lecturer before various organizations. She's drawn from her experiences while putting her expertise to work for a number of media outlets and the talk show circuit. As a long-time asthmatic, she has become an impassioned advocate for asthma education. She addresses the concerns asthma sufferers have getting their best possible health and medical care by supplying them with tools and knowledge they need to navigate the healthcare system, stay safe in the pursuit of care, and engaging patients to be active participants in their health and healthcare. Most recently, Dr. Renee appears in her show "Out of Office with Dr. Renee" which is seen in 45,000 Doctors' offices across the country.Dr. Renee is an active member of the Girl Scouts and a mentor Save a Girl Save a World. Dr. Renee is especially passionate about addressing the health concerns of Black women and has been recognized by patients and professionals alike for her ability to translate the challenges patients face into tools and solutions they can use to improve their health care.

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