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ALA of Maryland
This helpful fact sheet provides not just asthma statistics, but general information and even asthma management tips. A wealth of information for parents packed into a short article.
American Lung Association
Combining statistics with general asthma information and even tips, this short article is long on usefulness!
Did you know that one quarter of all emergency room visits are asthma-related? Read this bulleted list of general asthma statistics for the U.S.
Univ. of Utah
Asthma and allergy are related conditions, so it can be helpful to have knowledge of allergy statistics as well.
Curious about how many people over age 65 have asthma in the U.S.? You'll find the answer here, along with a bit more information about asthma prevalence and other statistics.
With the current statistics indicating that asthma is on the rise, it's important to be informed! This interactive tutorial gives a great overview of asthma.
Despite the statistics showing us how prevalent asthma has become, it is still overwhelming if your child is diagnosed. Here are some tips to help you manage your child's asthma.
The U.S. is far from being the only country affected by asthma. Find information about asthma statistics in other countries, including Australian, Brazil, and the Czech Republic here.
A controversial study says that the current asthma statistics may be incorrect, because some reported cases of asthma are actually vocal cord dysfunction (VCD).
Want statistics on how many people in the U.S. have asthma? Find it here, along with information about missed work and school days, health care use and even deaths.
Curious about what the U.S. government is doing to help curb those asthma statistics? Here is some information about how asthma control programs are working to change things for the better.
Is your city on this list of the 10 U.S. cities that are considered the biggest challenge to asthmatics? Includes links to ways to help improve your city's asthma-friendliness and asthma statistics.
Better Health Channel
Statistics indicate that exclusive breastfeeding for six months significantly reduces an infant's chance of developing asthma.
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