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Apr 24, 2024

Scottish Charity Launches “The Breathe Better Scotland” Live Radio Show

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation (AAF) proudly announces the launch of “The Breathe Better Scotland” live radio show on shmuFM at 99.8 MHz.

The show, which premiered on Monday 15th April 2024 is scheduled to air on the 3rd Monday of every month at 2pm. This initiative aims to provide valuable information and support to individuals in Scotland who are affected by asthma and allergies.

The show will cover a wide range of topics related to asthma and allergies, including management strategies, prevention tips, coping mechanisms, latest research, and interviews with experts in the field. It will serve as a platform for individuals to gain valuable insights, ask questions, and connect with the asthma and allergy community in Scotland.

“Every breath matters, and so does your well-being. Join us on ‘The Breathe Better Scotland’ show as we strive to uplift, educate, and inspire individuals with asthma and allergies. Together, let’s embrace a life of better breathing and create a community that supports and empowers one another.”

Martina Chukwuma-Ezike, CEO of Asthma and Allergy Foundation

Adele Keith, a Radio Development Worker at Station House Media Unit (SHMU), expressed her delight, stating, “The Breathe Better Scotland show is a welcome addition to our programming lineup. We are proud to collaborate with the Asthma and Allergy Foundation in delivering informative content that truly makes a difference in the lives of people living with asthma.”

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation believes that the Breathe Better Scotland show will play a significant role in raising awareness, promoting proactive asthma care, and fostering a supportive environment for individuals affected by asthma and allergies throughout Scotland.

Help spread the word about this exciting initiative and encourage individuals to tune in to the show to gain valuable knowledge and seek support. The premiere episode of the radio show can be listened at Breathe Better Scotland.


Key Details:

Title: “The Breathe Better Scotland” show

Frequency: Monthly, on the 3rd Monday of each month at 2pm

Channel: 99.8FM or stream online at shmuFM

Hosted by: Stephen Nakote of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation

Purpose: To educate, inform, and support individuals with asthma and allergies in Scotland

For more information, including specific airtimes and how to access the show, please visit www.shmu.org.uk  or contact Stephen, the show’s host, at info@asthmaandallergy.org.uk.

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