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Participants get lung assessments, advice for how to make their homes less likely to cause asthma symptoms, and follow-up sampling.
On October 11, 1946, Mary Mellon died suddenly of an asthma attack.
Its 54,000 residents, many seeking refuge from steep housing prices, breathe some of the foulest air and suffer some of the highest rates of asthma in California.
Along with a shopping rush and a welcome dip in temperature, the season augurs a surge in levels of PM2.5, tiny particles of dust that lodge deep in the lungs and cause such diseases as asthma, pulmonary fibrosis and cancer.
Groeber witnessed Layne Todd's health issues starting with a torn tendon in his foot at age 11 and asthma.
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Or if a child has a serious asthma attack and has to go to the hospital?
My friend Tina has had asthma attacks after walking through a cloud of Erica’s perfume.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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