Quotes 5

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“Drugs are prescription for a reason. They have the ability to do both good and harm. Claritin, Allegra and Zyrtec have almost no side effects and are equally effective as the antihistamines that are available over the counter today.”
Robert Seidman

“Exclusion of allergenic foods from the maternal diet was associated with reduction in distressed behavior among breast-fed infants with colic presenting in the first six weeks of life,”
David Hill

“Because the ED is the most common medical setting for diagnosing and treating anaphylaxis, advances in anaphylaxis management will need the active participation of emergency medicine clinicians and researchers,”
Steve Allen

“Asthma doesn’t seem to bother me any more unless I’m around cigars or dogs. The thing that would bother me most would be a dog smoking a cigar.”
Steve Allen

“A large number of athletes have exercise-induced asthma, … This does not mean that they can’t compete at the highest level as many of our asthmatic elite athletes won medals at the Olympic Games .”
John Dickinson

“Asthma is very hard to diagnose in young children,”
Robert Nathan

“I think it’s a parenting issue. I think kids are realizing they can participate with asthma, whereas years ago, parents would pull their kids out of physical activity.”
Liz Nash

“In a classroom of 20 kids, there’s one with asthma in any school,”
John Winder

“Asthma is increasing significantly across the world, … Unfortunately, we don’t know why.”
John Winder

“The advice we are giving people today is to stay indoors particularly if you do suffer from asthma or any other respiratory disease.”
Catherine Havenaar

“One of the key factors contributing to this country’s rising asthma epidemic is that patients are not equipped to recognize and manage their triggers and symptoms. As a result, patients don’t effectively communicate with their doctors and end up comprising basic daily activities.”
Paul Ehrlich

“Anti-inflammatory medication such as an inhaled steroid should keep kids with asthma from having attacks triggered by exercise. If asthma is under good control, exercise-related attacks should rarely occur.”
Mark Millard

“Kids with asthma should be able to do anything other kids can do, without fear of triggering exercise-induced asthma. In fact, asthma is more common among Olympic athletes than in the general population.”
Mark Millard

“Asthma is a chronic respiratory condition that causes inflammation in the airways. As these tissues swell, they limit the volume of air that can pass into the lungs.”
Robert Nathan

“Fungi might pose a significant risk for people with asthma and patients with immune suppression.”
Ashley Woodcock

“Breathing is fundamental to our health, but people don’t think about it much. For those who do think about their breathing, whether they have asthma, live with a smoker, or struggle with respiratory illness, they often do not realize there is more they can do to better manage their respiratory health.”
David Nelson

“That’s true even for people with chronic illnesses like asthma, diabetes and heart conditions. When people have to pay more, they are less likely to adhere to their regimen.”
Dana Goldman

“What most folks don’t realize we don’t know the cause of asthma, of heart disease, of diabetes or hypertension.”
Eric Lander

“Although asthma experts around the world have recognized the effectiveness of inhaled corticosteroids in treating asthma, their long-term effects in children were not clear,”
Claude Lenfant

“Los Angeles has some of the worst soot pollution in the nation and our kids and senior citizens suffer asthma attacks and other serious health programs as a result.”
Winston Vaughan

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