December is typically one of the worst months for Lynnda Chambers, 61. “Anyone who had a cold, I would catch it and get pneumonia,” she says. “I was very hesitant to be around any of my 17 grandchildren.” Lynnda had suffered from continuous bouts of pneumonia for 10 years. At the end of last winter, Lynnda was so sick from the flu, which developed into bronchitis and finally pneumonia once again, she had a chest x-ray. It revealed she had suffered damage to one of her lungs. Lynnda was diagnosed with adult onset asthma as well.