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Asthma Solution Center A Disease Often Misdiagnosed as Asthma 04/04/2011
The first symptoms of AAT deficiency usually are shortness of breath, wheezing following activity, and a decreased ability to exercise.
Wellness Library A Kids' Asthma Journal 02/14/2013
Do you want to gain better control over your asthma? Put it in writing!
Asthma Solution Center Accomplishments of Environmental Medicine 11/28/2011
One highlight: Exposure to fine particles, sulfur dioxide, and acid aerosols has been linked to an increase in respiratory symptoms and reduced lung capacity.
Asthma Solution Center Air Filters, Dehumidifiers, and Humidifiers 09/24/2011
Here are some helpful tips for understanding the air in your house and the air-quality appliances that can alter it.
Asthma Solution Center All About Asthma 08/22/2011
Asthma is a chronic, inflammatory lung disease with recurrent breathing problems.
Asthma Solution Center All About Asthma in Children 06/28/2011
What causes asthma? It may be partially inherited, but many other environmental, infectious, and chemical factors are involved.
Asthma Solution Center Allergens: Animals 11/17/2011
Household pets, like cats and dogs, are the most common sources of animal allergens.
Asthma Solution Center Allergens: Dust and Dust Mites 11/17/2011
Dust mites are microscopic organisms that can live and thrive throughout homes and businesses.
Asthma Solution Center Allergens: Mold 11/17/2011
Mold spores or fragments may be inhaled through the nose and into the lungs, where they cause allergic reactions or asthma.
Asthma Solution Center Allergens: Pollen 11/17/2011
Pollen is the most common cause of seasonal allergic rhinitis, sometimes known as "hay fever."
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