Recent Examples of asthma from the Web
Participants get lung assessments, advice for how to make their homes less likely to cause asthma symptoms, and follow-up sampling.
An air quality alert was also issued Monday for Lake and other area counties, warning that widespread ozone and particulate levels are at or above unhealthy levels for sensitive groups of people, including those with asthma.
On Goop, Gundry promotes the idea that lectins, a type of protein found in certain plants, such as kidney beans, cause diseases like asthma, multiple sclerosis, or irritable bowel syndrome.
The Centers for Disease Control said wildfire smoke is especially dangerous for people with heart and lung diseases like asthma, KOIN-TV reports.
Children with asthma must also be vaccinated at a doctor’s office.
For many students, their visits to nurse practitioner Lori Rumfield are their only access to immunizations, physicals, mental health screening, or care for ongoing conditions like asthma or diabetes.
However, mold can be one of the triggers of asthma, a condition that is on the rise nationwide.
Johnson on Sunday said the next couple days will be hard on people with asthma and other health conditions affected by air quality.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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