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Asthmatic children's lives put at risk by 'red tape' as schools banned from ...

Asthmatic children's lives put at risk by 'red tape' as schools banned from ... By Congregate Association Reporter Children with asthma are being prevented from getting access to inhalers in schools due to 'expendable red tape', a leading charity has warned. Asthma UK said schools are prevented from keeping a do without blue reliever inhaler

Are schools making kids sick?

Are schools making kids sick? "Asthma is the reckon one chronic illness that keeps kids out of school, and it's growing," Eskelsen added. Melissa Asselin cuttingly schools her son Matthew, 9, after she concluded his school was making him laid up. About one in 10 children in the United

Is your child just sick, or could it be asthma?

By Kerting Baldwin South Florida Of children rearing Asthma, a chronic long-term lung disease that affects almost 7.1 million American children, is diagnosed more during the trip than any other season. Asthma — the inflammation and narrowing of the lung's

High-risk insurance pool bridges gaps for babies

Meanwhile, Jaiden, 10, needs steroids to power her life-threatening asthma and Martha, a 31-year-old diabetic, requires constantly insulin. Thankfully, both now have insurance through Oklahoma's temporary enormous-risk pool, which the federal government

Researchers explore complex relationship between weight and asthma in children

Researchers at Aston University and clinicians at Birmingham Children's Hospital are exploring how children living with asthma can be supported to maintain a healthy weight.

Children and teenagers with the chronic condition are much more likely to be overweight than their counterparts, and if they are clinically obese their risk of having severe asthma is three times higher.

Now a £70,000 jointly funded project is seeing Dr. Claire Farrow, Dr. Gemma Heath and Professor Helen Pattison from the university working with the hospital's respiratory team to investigate the complex relationship between weight and asthma in children - and potentially help young patients better manage their symptoms and improve their health.

"Asthma is one of the most common chronic illnesses in children, with no current therapeutic cure," said Dr. Farrow. "Children who live with asthma are much more likely to be overweight or obese than other children, and if they are obese, their risk of having severe asthma is three times higher."

Are the remedies on the Chemist Counter good for the control of catarrh in children asthma?

MY daughter produces lot of catarrh culminating in asthma, are the syrups and medicines in the market good for the prevention and/or formation of catarrah or is it that asthmatic children do not benefit from them at all? I appreciate your help and answers.


...best to see knowledgeable Doctor - phone around - also a very good chiropractor - research shows a benefit when your relieve interference in the nerves which run through the spine. Say a prayer you will find the right team for your child. Intention


Good for the control but not the best.See a dr


...best to see knowledgeable Doctor - phone around - also a very good chiropractor - research shows a benefit when your relieve interference in the nerves which run through the spine. Say a prayer you will find the right team for your child. Intention

What are the symptoms of asthma in children 12-15?

I have a family history of asthma: My dad, his dad and my pap. I have difficulty breathing and exercising and I sometimes cough a wheezing cough. Do I have asthma?


Sounds like you could possibly have Asthma also. I would recommend going to see a Doctor for that.
Asthma symptoms are pretty much what you have described (wheezing, shortness of breath, prolonged expiration and an irritated cough). The chances


-- Cold Sympthoms:
Coughing
Sore throat
Runny, stuffy nose
Sneezing
Low-grade fever

-- Flu Sympthoms:
Dry cough
High fever/chills
Blocked and/or runny nose
Aching muscles/joints;


Sounds like you could possibly have Asthma also. I would recommend going to see a Doctor for that.
Asthma symptoms are pretty much what you have described (wheezing, shortness of breath, prolonged expiration and an irritated cough). The chances