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         Asthma:     more books (100)
  1. Reversing Asthma: Breathe Easier with This Revolutionary New Program by Richard N. Firshein D.O., 1998-04-01
  2. ABC of Asthma, Allergies and Lupus: Eradicate Asthma - Now! by F. Batmanghelidj, 2000-08
  3. The Asthma Sourcebook 3rd Edition (Sourcebooks) by Francis Adams, 2006-12-09
  4. Asthma Allergies Children: A Parent's Guide by Dr Paul Ehrlich, Dr Larry Chiaramonte, et all 2010-06-30
  5. Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4-A Disorders by Kenneth Bock, Cameron Stauth, 2008-04-29
  6. Natural Relief for Your Child's Asthma: A Guide to Controlling Symptoms & Reducing Your Child's Dependence on Drugs by M.D., Steven J. Bock, M.D., Kenneth Bock, 1999-04-01
  7. The Allergy and Asthma Cure: A Complete 8-Step Nutritional Program by Fred Pescatore M.D., 2008-05-12
  8. The Asthma Educators Handbook by Christopher Fanta, Elisabeth Stieb, et all 2007-07-02
  9. The Lion Who Had Asthma (Albert Whitman Concept Paperbacks) by Jonathan London, 1992-01-01
  10. The Inflammation Syndrome: The Complete Nutritional Program to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, Arthritis, Diabetes, Allergies, and Asthma by Jack Challem, 2003-02-14
  11. Asthma for Dummies by William E. Berger MDMBA, 2004-04-09
  12. The Asthma and Allergy Action Plan for Kids: A Complete Program to Help Your Child Live a Full and Active Life by Allen Dozor, Kate Kelly, 2004-03-23
  13. Taking Asthma to School (Special Kids in Schools), Second Edition (Special Kids in Schools Series) by Barbara Mitchell, 1998-03
  14. Allergy and Asthma: Practical Diagnosis and Management (LANGE Clinical Medicine) by Massoud Mahmoudi, 2007-09-18

1. Asthma UK
The UK s independent asthma charity with asthma news, information, treatment andresearch.
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Asthma UK is seeking talented researchers with innovative and exciting ideas to help further our understanding of asthma. Exclusive places for London Marathon
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2. Allergy, Asthma And Immunology (ACAAI)
Information, articles and news for patients and physicians.

3. What Is Asthma
Tells what asthma is and how it affects people. (English and French)
1. What Is Asthma?
Asthma is a chronic lung condition. It is characterized by difficulty in breathing. People with asthma have extra sensitive or hyperresponsive airways. The airways react by narrowing or obstructing when they become irritated. This makes it difficult for the air to move in and out. This narrowing or obstruction can cause one or a combination of the following symptoms:
  • wheezing
  • coughing
  • shortness of breath
  • chest tightness
This narrowing or obstruction is caused by:
  • What is Asthma? Provoking Factors - Causes - Allergens Asthma Diagnosis Asthma Facts and Statistics ... Recommend this page
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    Page updated: January 20, 2003
  • 4. AAAAI - American Academy Of Allergy Asthma And Immunology -
    Has a wide variety of information on these disorders. You can search the site inseveral areas.
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    What's New - Read today's Health eHeadlines AAAAI: Response to Hurricane Katrina
    The AAAAI has committed $100,000 to support A/I fellowship positions impacted by Hurricane Katrina. To donate to this fund or offer other support, click here
    2006 Annual Meeting:
    Extended call for abstracts
    Contribute to the overall scientific content of the 2006 Annual Meeting. Submit your abstracts here The abstract submission deadline is September 12. The sting of summer Stinging insect season is here and for those who have an allergy to insect venom, precautions must be taken. Learn more. View total monthly visits for the year.

    5. Asthma And Respiratory Foundation Of New Zealand : Home Page
    Latest news, asthma information, kids page, and local support options.
    Only 3 weeks until nominations close!
    New cough resource Yes, we fund research
    Yes, we fund researchYes, we fund research If you are part of the research community, then we invite you to submit a proposal for research. Click here for more information.
    Making your house Asthma free
    A joint project with Contact Energy to put the squeeze on Asthma at home. Have a look at the Healthy Homes website or check out our Healthy Homes section.
    Exciting results in new survey looking at attitudes to the smoking ban in restaurants, bars and pubs.
    Download the Survey Results [ PDF DOWNLOAD 316KB ]
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    6. Types And Causes Of Asthma
    Divided into four sections, this site offers information about causes, symptoms and treatment, as well as allergic reactions.
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    Types and Causes of Asthma
    Asthma is a disease of the lung that affects the bronchial tubes or airways. The term "asthma" comes from the Greek meaning, "to breathe hard." Medical terminology defines the condition as reversible obstructive airway disease (ROAD). Unlike other conditions that obstruct the airways, such as cystic fibrosis, chronic bronchitis and emphysema, asthma does not affect sufferers all of the time. The lungs are a network of airways or bronchial tubes. The bronchial tubes are made of muscles and a mucous membrane. In a healthy lung, air moves freely through the bronchial tubes. When an asthmatic person has an asthma attack the membranes inside the bronchial tubes release mucus and become inflamed. The inflammation causes the muscles to contract and create spasms. These muscle spasms are responsible for wheezing. Wheezing is the sound that can be heard as the bronchial tubes constrict and air tries to escape. Attacks can vary considerably in their severity and are sometimes relatively mild, but the condition is nevertheless a dangerous one. An asthma attack can easily spiral out of control at any time. This is particularly true for children.

    7. Asthma Introduction Management, Medication, Exercise, Nutrition -
    General information, plus details of asthma camps.

    8. Asthma UK - Kids' Zone
    Includes news, facts and magazine articles, alongside games, ecards and a messageboard. Also includes a section for teachers.
    Kick Asthma Schools Policy Asthma UK website Kick Asthma Schools Policy Asthma UK website

    9. Daniel Suez, M.D., FAAP, FAAAAI: Home
    Located in Irving, Texas.
    Daniel Suez, M.D. Home The Clinic Indications for Referral Location Hours of Operation Dr. Suez Publications Articles Common Allergies Latex Allergy General Online Resources Contact Us Privacy Daniel Suez, M.D., FAAP, FAAAAI
    • Specialist in Asthma, Allergies (Allergic Rhinitis/Conjunctivits, Sinusitis), Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis), Urticaria, Food Allergies, Chronic Fatigue Syndromes, Recurrent Respiratory Infections and Primary Immune Deficiency Conditions Children and Adults by appointment. Most insurance types accepted
    Come and visit us at our new location at 1115 Kinwest Parkway . Daniel Suez and staff moved in to the location on October 1 2004. Daniel Suez

    10. What Is Asthma
    1. What Is asthma? asthma is a chronic lung condition. It is characterized by difficulty in breathing.

    11. Asthma Introduction: Management, Medication, Exercise, Nutrition - The Lung Asso
    General information, plus details of asthma camps.
  • What is Asthma? Provoking Factors - Causes - Allergens Asthma Diagnosis Asthma Facts and Statistics ... References
    Take a free Online Asthma Course
    Find out more about managing your asthma in this online course developed by our partner, DiscoveryCampus. Start the course Please Note : Accessing DiscoveryCampus requires the use of Internet Explorer 5.0 (recommended) and Macromedia's Flash Plugin. You can
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    The Media Asthma: A Resource for Canadian Journalists (PDF)
    Contact your Provincial Lung Association about asthma programs and support groups in your local area.
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    The Canadian Lung Association site strives to provide you with timely, accurate information, which is not intended for diagnosis or self treatment
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  • 12. Asthma Home Page
    Explains what the condition is and what causes it. Also lists symptoms, how it is diagnosed, and treatment options.

    13. What Causes Asthma
    asthma involves both bronchi and bronchioles but not the alveoli. In asthma, the airways become oversensitive to the particles, and cause a

    14. Asthma In Canada
    Is your asthma under control? Take The 30 Second asthma Test™. Find out how toimprove your asthma control and live life to the fullest.
    send to a friend The 30 Second Asthma Test I use my blue inhaler 4 or more times a week
    (Except one dose/day for exercise) I cough, wheeze, or have a tight chest because of my asthma
    (4 or more days a week) Coughing, wheezing, or chest tightness wake me at night
    (1 or more times a week) I stop exercising because of my asthma
    (In the past 3 months) I miss work or school because of my asthma
    (In the past 3 months) If you checked even one box your asthma could be dangerously out of control. Don't become a statistic. Act now. See your doctor to find out how to improve your asthma control.
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    16. AAAAI - American Academy Of Allergy Asthma And Immunology -
    Allergy and asthma sufferers before hitting the road this summer, make sure that you are prepared for the road ahead. Read more.

    17. A Focus On Allergies And Asthma
    Provides the latest information and therapy options for these disorders.

    18. Asthma And Allergy Foundation Of America - Information About
    Notfor-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for and controlling asthma and allergic diseases.

    19. AAAAI - Patients & Consumers Center: Tips To Remember: Childhood Asthma
    asthma is the most common serious chronic disease of childhood, affecting nearly In fact, most kids with asthma are allergic and should have an allergy
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    Smoke Free Homes Information Request Form ... Other Resources Constituencies En Español Just for Kids Seniors Tips to Remember: Childhood Asthma Asthma is the most common serious chronic disease of childhood, affecting nearly five million children in the United States. Asthma in children is the cause of almost three million physician visits and 200,000 hospitalizations each year. Children with asthma cough, wheeze, experience chest tightness and shortness of breath. Many parents do not realize that a chronic cough may be the only symptom of asthma and that a child does not have to wheeze to have asthma! Children with reactive airway disease, recurrent bronchitis or wheezy bronchitis probably have asthma. Diagnosis Up to 80% of children with asthma develop symptoms before age five. The child's physician must rely heavily on parents' observations to make a proper diagnosis.

    20. Asthma Help- Asthma Symptoms Asthma Triggers Asthma Equipment Asthma Control
    Includes articles, links and a forum.
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    FREE Newsletter. Sign Up Now! Cleaner Air Brighter Minds Initiative
    AllerAir is sponsoring a Cleaner Air Brighter Minds Initiative for schools districts. The Initiative's goal is to educate students and their family about the benefits of improved indoor air quality. With the program a school is provided with Tub O'Carbon odor eliminators to sell with their clean air program. For every 300 Tub Carbon units sold the school will receive one AllerAir air purifier. The Tub O'Carbon retails for about $5. Parents of asthmatic children should encourage their child's school to participate in the Cleaner Air Brighter Minds Initiative
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    Sabco Justwipe Cleaning Mitt
    The Sabco Justwipe Cleaning Mitt is a great cleaning mitt that when used damp makes a great dusting tool. The microfiber cloth traps the dust and allows very little of it to escape into the air you breathe, where it could cause asthma symptoms. The Sabco Justwipe Cleaning Mitt can also be used on other surfaces in your home.

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