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  • Asthma

    Asthma is a chronic and common inflammatory disease of the airways. If you have asthma, the airways of your lungs swell, narrow and produce extra mucus. Some patients have minor asthma that’s managed with occasional use of an inhaler, while others may need daily medication or experience a life-threatening asthma attack.

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    <p><a href="">Family Physician,</a> discusses Asthma and Understanding Medication Treatments</p>

    Family Physician, discusses Asthma and Understanding Medication Treatments

  • How is Asthma Treated?

    So it’s very important you speak to your family physician about asthma. What do we know is that the World Health Organization estimates there are a hundred million patients around the world suffering from asthma? It’s a big problem in Canada and we think that 50 children or 200 adults die each year from asthma related conditions in Canada. In the US, there are estimates of 11 people dying per day from asthma flare ups.


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