It’s hot! It’s humid. It’s time for a health-context weather forecast for allergy and asthma sufferers.

June 21, 2018 – Asheville, NC – With the official start of summer this morning at 6:07am, HEALTHeWeather is launching our product landing page for DailyBreath.  As much of the country experiences hot temperatures and high humidity, converging with air pollution and pollen to create risky conditions for asthma sufferers, we are bringing a new approach to managing this risk. …

For you, the allergy and/or asthma sufferer – Know YOUR risks and track YOUR triggers!

October 3rd – This week, you, the allergy and asthma sufferer, can begin a journey towards personalized weather insights for symptom free days and healthier breathing with DailyBreath, available for download in the Apple iTunes store.  DailyBreath, a service delivered through a mobile app, targets over 50 million Americans living with allergies and asthma with a daily personalized health weather forecast …

It’s Time to End the Needless Suffering Due to Environmental Exposure Impacts on Respiratory Health

February 14, 2017 — Every day in America, asthma sufferers endure 30,000 attacks, that lead to 5,000 emergent care visits, leading to 1,000 inpatient hospital stays, and, sadly, 11 people die of an asthma attack every day.  Add the COPD stats for many of our elderly and the numbers are staggering.  Many flare-ups or attacks are a result of weather …

Winter is Upon Us! – Catch Your DailyBreath!

February 6, 2017 — SPECIAL BLOG — Now that we are well into winter, I want to talk about the weather factors people with respiratory conditions often encounter during this season that impact their health.  Oppressive air pollutants and pervasive pollen are mostly prevalent or most apparent in the summer therefore patients with respiratory issues often don’t think that other weather …

Respiratory Attacks, the Weather and the Environment – We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

January 30th, 2017 – In general, people operate as if we are at the mercy of weather and environmental exposures; that these factors have little if any consequential impact on our health, wellness, and comfort; and, that we don’t have the capacity to prevent the negative health outcomes associated with their causal effects.  This is not true, but we’ve been …