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.. , of 18 words 1504. Contra Costa Times Walnut Creek, CA – September 5, 1999 THE ASTHMA EPIDEMIC Asthma, a disease once treated as a minor irritant, is now a global medical problem that has reached epidemic proportions.The number of cases in the United States grew more than 150 percent between 1980 and 1998 from 6.7 million to 17.3 million according to the most recent numbers available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The number of children under 4 with asthma grew from 1 in 45 in 1980 to 1 in 17 in 1994.But asthma remains a medical mystery. It picks on… , of 19 words 1503. THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE – July 3, 1996 Puzzling Rise in Asthma Deaths Cases, fatalities increase despite smog reductions Angelina Alforque knows an asthma attack can come at any time. The 55-year-old Vallejo woman sleeps with an asthma drug inhaler tucked safely under her pillow. She keeps one in the car, another on the kitchen table and, always, one in her purse.“All of the sudden, you wheeze,” said Alforque, recovering at the University of California at San Francisco Medical Center, where she was hospitalized with asthma last month. “You cough. Then you choke. Then you… , of words 1502. Record, The Kitchner, Ontario, Canada – September 3, 2004 Allergies are on the rise, experts say Asthma rates are steadily rising in Canada in both adults and children, Kitchener immunologist Dr. Fred White said. Three million Canadians have asthma, according to the Asthma Society of Canada.Even children’s Pokémon characters don’t escape asthma. There’s Koffing, who appears quite happy despite the dire skull and bones symbol on his chest, at least until his transformation into the sickly-looking Weezing.But not just asthma is on the rise. All… , of 954 words : 1 – 10 of 295486 1 2 5678910111213 151617181920
MANAGING ASTHMA ALSO ON LESSON PLAN, HEALTH: L.B. SCHOOLS TEACHING KIDS, PARENTS TO COPE WITH CONDITION. Asthma educator Rangell Oruga sits holding up cartoon drawings of asthma triggers – a cockroach, a dust pan, a cloud of pollution emitted from an airplane, a detergent bottle – as six elementary kids listen.“Does anybody remember what an asthma trigger is?” he asks the wide-eyed youngsters around a table at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. “An asthma trigger is like what causes you to wheeze,” one boy volunteers, “like strong smells or… , of 54 words 1502. *- August 11, 2003 EACH CHILD NEEDS UNIQUE PLAN TO CONTROL ASTHMA Asthma is the most common chronic problem among children. In fact, the American Lung Association says children make up about one-third of the nation’s 20 million asthma sufferers.The statistics are even more dramatic closer to home: In some areas of St. Louis, 15 to 20 percent of children suffer from asthma, more than double the national average of 6.3 percent, according to studies by the St. Louis Regional Asthma Consortium. Asthma is a chronic disease that affects the… , of 979 words 1502. Hamilton Spectator, The Ontario, Canada – October 19, 1999 ATTACKING ASTHMA UNEXPLAINED EPIDEMIC IS SUFFOCATING POOR, INNER-CITY RESIDENTS The asthma epidemic visited Children’s National Medical Centre one recent Friday the day after a furious rainstorm kicked up allergens all over Washington. By 9 a.m., the emergency room, where children come in more often for failing lungs than for broken bones, was jumping. Harried nurses barked orders for the pharmacy to send more drugs.In bed after bed, young faces, all African-American, were buried under clear plastic breathing masks.John Thompson, a skinny, bright-eyed… , of 73 words 1502. Philadelphia Inquirer, The PA – September 6, 1999 ASTHMA’S ATTACK THERE’S BEEN A DRAMATIC INCREASE WORLDWIDE IN THIS SOMETIMES-FATAL RESPIRATORY DISEASE. ALTHOUGH IT’S A FAMILIAR AILMENT, RESEARCHERS KNOW \ SURPRISINGLY LITTLE ABOUT IT – OR WHY IT’S ON THE RISE. Asthma, a disease once treated as a minor irritant, is now a global medical problem that has reached epidemic proportions.The number of cases in the United States grew more than 150 percent between 1980 and 1998 – from 6.7 million to 17.3 million – according to the most recent numbers available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The number of children under 4 with asthma grew from 1 in 45 in 1980 to 1 in 17 in 1994.

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