Recent Examples of asthma from the Web
Guidelines issued by the World Health Organization note that living or working amid mold is associated with respiratory symptoms, allergies, asthma, and immunological reactions.
Several of us stuck around for a bit to help a young woman who was suffering from an asthma attack.
Breastfed babies have fewer illnesses, such as ear infections, gastrointestinal illnesses, lower respiratory infections, asthma, obesity and Type 2 diabetes.
A 2016 multiple-study review linked traffic pollution to asthma, pulmonary disease, eczema and even food allergies. 13.
But their sales have been plummeting amid growing awareness that diesel exhaust causes serious lung ailments, including asthma and cancer.
Forecasters believe ozone - or smog - will be unhealthy for sensitive groups, such as seniors, children, and people with breathing ailments like asthma and COPD.
On the worst days, Natalie Sua keeps her six children inside their Fresno home, especially two sons with asthma.
This draft — a fresh attempt by the Republican Party to undo the Affordable Care Act — injects more uncertainty into plans for people with preexisting conditions such as cancer, asthma, diabetes or other long-term ailments.
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