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Time to start thinking about Asthma camps

  
  
  
  
  

Time to start thinking about Asthma camps

Now that winter is moving into Spring, it is time to start thinking about sending some of your young asthma patients to an asthma camp. These camps were set up for children with asthma who might not be able to go to a regular camp; the reasons for this could be: animal allergies (i.e., horses); or the fact that their asthma might flare up due to the physical activities at the camp; or the asthma may worsen with the exposure to... Read more

 

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