AmeriHealth District of Columbia, Children’s National Medical Center and Breathe DC partner to fight childhood asthma through IMPACT DC..
Early next year, half a century after the U.S. surgeon general first proclaimed the deadly effects of smoking, the Food and Drug..
Breathe DC is proud to advocate for the adoption of smokefree housing policies in communities throughout the District. Like our local and..
On November 21, Breathe DC joined a group of local smokefree advocates to testify before the DC Council about the dangers of electronic..
Getting a flu shot is important for everyone, but it is very important for those with asthma because the flu can make asthma symptoms..
Asthma is a leading chronic condition that causes students to miss school, which can have a direct effect on their academic success...
The District of Columbia has one of the highest rates of pediatric asthma in the country, and among the highest rates of children who are..
October is National Child Health Month. In October and throughout the year, Breathe DC encourages our partners, supporters and community..
For the first time since 2009, and only the second time in the last 16 years, Washington, D.C. had zero code red days for unhealthy air..
The HIV and Tobacco Education Program, funded by the Effi Barry Grant Program, is a partnership between Breathe DC and Damien Ministries to..