This is an older one written by Pamela, but I've been lookimg up Asthma lately.
Thanks for all the good advice
Anyone else care to weigh in on Pamela Olgesby's article?
https://youmemindbody.com/disease-illne … a-Symptoms ~ Pamela Oglesby
Ok, I thought I must have missed a notification for this one. This sharing each other’s articles reminds me of the good old days. There used to be a “share” button on hubs, and if we particularly liked someone’s work we could share it (or our own older hubs) on the feed.
The good ole days sound nice.
John, I agree. Many website still had a share button. When someone publish a new article on HubPages'(I have not for a year, but very active in forum discussions), you were given the option to share on facebook and twiter, right? Is that still? I take it that if we can no longer comment on an article, we should just share to discuss.
Yes, Miebakagh, we can still share o Facebook, Pinterest and email but no longer Twitter.
But up until about seven years ago articles had a share button so we could share them on our Hubpage feed as well so other people who may not follow those writers could read them based on our recommendation. I don’t know if that makes sense to you.
John, thank you. It makes sense.
I share when I can by copying and pasting to Twitter or using the chrome to share.
Brenda, this article gives many hints on how to suspress, control, and prevent asthma. And by the way your recent case of breathing problem is not related to asthma. Your doctors never said that. But the read is good as an information piece for the laity. Seriously, any illness related to a cold can include asthma in general. Here Pamela comes in with here nursing experience. Though she was expunging on diet alone as a natural remedy, I wonder why she hadn't include synthetic vitamin C to be taken along with the diet as a booster. Besides eating lots of fruits and vegges regularly, synthetic vit. C should be a regular supplement in an asthma diet.
Vit C is usually a great idea.
My doctors aren't sure yet. Strange thing is they want my lungs to recover for a few weeks before we start testing to see what has caused my problem.
So I'm reading whatever information I can.
I had gone through that, it is full of information and facts. It is rather like a reference and one can go through it whenever one needs it.
Yes. Pamela writes great articles which we can go back through whenever we need or want too.
by Rosina S Khan 11 months ago
Pamela has written a wonderful response to Brenda's prompt, "Respect." She includes an acrostic poem and a Blitz poem. Here is the link to her article:https://hubpages.com/literature/Respect … 9th-PromptHi Pamela,I loved your response to Brenda's prompt, "Respect." I...
by Rosina S Khan 14 months ago
Read the important and helpful article by Pamela. It is about the disease, Ulcerative Colitis including symptoms, treatments and ongoing research. Here is the link from where you can extract the article. It is worth the read.https://hubpages.com/health/Ulcerative-Colitis-Facts
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 15 months ago
Pamela has gave us a few real life experiences where people suffer from anxiety. Take a moment to read & comment. https://hubpages.com/literature/Reasons … -and-Worry
by John Hansen 7 months ago
Please read this well-written poem and article by Pamela.https://hubpages.com/literature/Sweet-S … out-To-EndIt is getting towards the end of winter here in Australia, but I enjoyed reading this piece, Pamela.
by Peggy Woods 9 months ago
Brenda keeps giving good word prompts, and this is Pamela's poetic response. https://hubpages.com/literature/Adapt-P … ges-Prompt
by Peggy Woods 16 months ago
Our nurse friend Pamela continues to educate us in her latest post about foot problems and how they are addressed. Read her article here: https://hubpages.com/health/Take-Care-of-Your-Feet
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