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  1. Asthma and School (National Heart. Blood, and Lung Institute)
      Provides a questionnaire to help schools prevent asthma related problems or emergencies in children. 11-99

  2. -05-25-06 Revolutionary New Treatment for Asthma (ABC News)
      "So researchers are trying a radically different kind of treatment bronchial thermoplasty a procedure that could revolutionize the way those with asthma are treated." 05-06

  3. Asthma (Health World)
      "A lot of children get asthma. Most children grow out of it after they are teenagers. Children under 4 years old hardly ever get asthma." 1-04

  4. Allergies and Asthma Map (Weather.com)
      Provides a map of the USA regarding severity of allergy conditions. Also provides information on allergies and asthma.

  5. Allergy and Asthma Questions (Kupstas)

  6. Asthma Diagnosis and News (National Library of Medicine - Medline Plus)
      Provides information on diagnosis and treatment, as well as news. 11-99

  7. Asthma (About.com - Rhoades)
      Provides news, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention information. 3-01

  8. Asthma (Healthopedia.com)
      Provides detailed information, listed by condition. 8-04

  9. Asthma (Awesome Library)
      Provides over a dozen resources. 07-07

  10. Indoor Air Quality (Environmental Protection Agency)
      Discusses how to improve indoor air quality, especially related to second hand smoke, mold, radon, asthma, and radiation. 8-01

  11. 08-28-03 Bush Administration Relaxes Pollution Rules for Power Plants (Christian Science Monitor - Knickerbocker)
      "The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issues a ruling this week allowing thousands of power plants, refineries, and industrial facilities to upgrade without reducing the pollution they emit."

      "The debate figures in larger questions about the Bush administration's environmental and energy policies - specifically, the extent to which industries influence such policies."But the GAO was unable to determine the extent of such influence because Mr. Cheney refuses to provide key documents detailing his meetings with energy companies and industry groups - including those that may be directly involved with the polluting aspects of energy production." "Meanwhile, the US Public Interest Research Group reports this week that 2002 was the worst smog season in recent years. (Smog is ground-level ozone caused by pollution from power plants, vehicles, and other sources, and is linked to asthma and other ailments.) Monitors in 41 states and Washington recorded 8,818 instances of unhealthy smog levels last year - nearly twice the violations of the national health standard in 2001." 8-03

  12. Saltiest Foods (MSNBC News)
      "With ever-expanding portion sizes, supersalty foods are displacing fresh fruits and vegetables, which are rich in potassium. And a 1:2 ratio of dietary salt to potassium is critical for your health. Studies show that a high-sodium, low-potassium diet is linked to a host of maladies, including high blood pressure, stroke, osteoporosis, and exercise-induced asthma." 08-08

  13. -Study: Preventing H1N1 From Spreading(U.S. News)
      "Perhaps I should take a hint from a coworker who yesterday forwarded me a study showing that H1N1, the virus that causes swine flu, remains contagious long after those first few can't-get-out-of-bed days."

      "The study, published last week in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, found that H1N1 is most contagious within the first three days after symptoms appear but that infected individuals could still spread the disease after a week."

      "Bottom line: If you've got flulike symptoms, do your best to avoid close contact with others for several days or even a week. Skip family gatherings, especially if you know that certain high-risk individuals may be present: kids younger than 5 years old; seniors over 65; pregnant women; and those with asthma, diabetes, impaired immunity, or heart or lung conditions. While the CDC no longer recommends that we stay home from work or school until all our symptoms are gone, the agency does still have this recommendation in place for healthcare workers or those visiting relatives in the hospital." 10-09

  14. Beta Glucans (WebMD.com)
      "Beta glucans are used for high cholesterol, diabetes, cancer, and HIV/AIDS. Beta glucans are also used to boost the immune system in people whose body defenses have been weakened by conditions such chronic fatigue syndrome, or physical and emotional stress; or by treatments such as radiation or chemotherapy. Beta glucans are also used for colds (common cold), flu (influenza), H1N1 (swine) flu, allergies, hepatitis, Lyme disease, asthma, ear infections, aging, ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, and multiple sclerosis."

      "People apply beta glucans to the skin for dermatitis, eczema, wrinkles, bedsores, wounds, burns, diabetic ulcers, and radiation burns." 07-10

  15. Healthy Children Guide (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
      Provides information on childhood diseases and conditions. Includes fact sheets on some of the most common childhood problems, such as Asthma, Baby Bottle Tooth Decay and Oral Health, Bacterial Meningitis, Campylobacter, Chickenpox, Cold Sores, Common Cold, Cryptosporidium, Cytomegalovirus, Diarrheal Diseases, Diphtheria, Earache (Otitis Media), E. coli, Fifth Disease, Foodborne Illnesses, Giardiasis, Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Coxsackie A), Head Lice, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infections, Impetigo, Infectious Mononucleosis, Influenza, Measles, Mumps, Pertussis, Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis), Pinworms, Polio, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), Ringworm, Roseola, Rotavirus Diarrhea, Rubella, Salmonella, Scabies, Shigellosis, Strep Throat and Scarlet Fever, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Tetanus, Tuberculosis, and Yeast Infections (Thrush) 5-00

  16. Anaphylaxis (EpiPen.com)
      "Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic response to specific triggers such as foods, medications, insect venom, or latex. You may be at an increased risk for experiencing anaphylaxis if you have a history of allergies or asthma, or have had an anaphylactic response previously. To find out if you or your child may be at risk for suffering an anaphylactic reaction, you may want to take our risk assessment test." 6-04

  17. Chronic Cough (Health.com)
      "Only a doctor can tell for sure what's behind your hacking. A number of conditions could be to blame, such as asthma; postnasal drip; gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD); and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a serious, progressive disease that includes both emphysema and bronchitis." 05-10

  18. In Praise of Germs (MSNBC News)
      "Attention, germaphobes. Exposure to the microscopic bugs is crucial for keeping kids healthy, according to new research in the prestigious journal Science. The study strongly supports a growing body of evidence that you need to put away the disinfectant and expose children to the real world of germs and microbes." 03-12

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