(June 2015) Welcome! DCAsthma.org
provides a gateway to asthma programs and activities
in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, and beyond. For more information, contact Lisa A. Gilmore
(LinkedIn and bio) at
email@example.com or (202) 415-1962.
Lisa A. Gilmore of DCAsthma.org provided tips
and insights for these media stories:
Photo: Katherine Frey, The
Copyright 2014 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
Photo: Jahi Chikwendiu,
The Washington Post
Don’t let asthma keep you from exercising (By Mike Plunkett, The
Washington Post, Dec. 8, 2014):
“Exercise and staying fit is recommended with asthma, whether it is
adult-onset or exercise-induced,” said Lisa Gilmore.
Five Ways to Control Asthma with Lisa A. Gilmore in
Mediaplanet's Asthma &
Allergy Awareness insert (The Washington Post, May 5, 2014)
News: Asthma & Poverty in D.C. video with Dr. Elena Reece, Howard
University Hospital, and Dr. Michael LeNoir, President, National Medical
Association (Produced by Erika Edwards, NBC, January 2, 2014, 2:29)
Children’s Hospital aims to cut asthma-related ER visits
Schulte, The Washington Post, Oct. 12, 2013): "Controlling asthma
requires ongoing coaching," said Lisa Gilmore.
Watch or order the
Respirar es vida" ("A Breath of Life") video from the NHLBI to
learn how Jose, his parents, doctor, nurse, promotora (community health
educator), teacher, school nurse, and coach join forces to help Jose
control his asthma. The video is recorded in Spanish and captioned in
English and Spanish.
you know that tobacco smoke can trigger a life-threatening asthma attack?
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