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Knowledge Of Asthma For Teachers Can Help Children

gnize signs and symptoms of an impending asthma attack.

“When we think of asthma we often think of full-blown wheezing and shortness of breath,” said Dobey. “However, for many kids, a full-blown attack can be preceded by a persistent cough, complaints of not feeling well and not behaving properly instead of the classic signs.”

Dobey said that approximately two out of 30 students in a classroom would have asthma. Asthma is the cause of 10 million lost school days in children ages five to 17 and affects more than 10 percent of all children.

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Medindia on Asthma: further information

Asthma: Asthma is the condition of affected airways that restrict the airflow to the lungs. People suffering from asthma have their air passages always inflamed and sensitive to outside irritants that set off the allergic reactions of narrowing the air passage that makes it difficult to breathe.

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