Recent Examples of asthma from the Web
Froome, who was cleared of doping in an asthma drug case on Monday, was also jeered at Thursday's team presentations.
Froome, who was cleared of doping in an asthma-drug case on Monday, was also jeered at Thursday’s team presentations.
On Again, Off Again Chris Froome Drama: The Froome situation with the adverse analytical finding (the charge was abuse of asthma meds) reveals how broken the anti-doping systems are.
Over the winter, news leaked that Froome had tested for an irregularly high level of the asthma drug salbutamol at last summer’s Vuelta a Espana race.
This gene carries three possible conditions — allergic rhinitis (seasonal allergies), atopic dermatitis and asthma.
In one video, A Home for Louie, a 1-year-old hound that had been implanted with a lung device to study asthma plays fetch and cuddles with his new owner on the couch. The University of Wisconsin (UW) in Madison is taking things further.
Irritation in one's respiratory system and aggravated asthma can both be triggered by high ozone levels.
The agency estimates that asthma caused nearly 14 million missed school days in 2013.
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Origin and Etymology of asthma
ASTHMA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of asthma for English Language Learners
medical : a physical condition that makes it difficult for someone to breathe
ASTHMA Defined for Kids
medical Definition of asthma
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