The Health Crisis Of The United States

2122 WordsNov 16, 20169 Pages
There is a health crisis that is escalating among society each day in the United States of America. This health crisis going on in the United States affects millions of Americans, yet this disease has no cure. This chronic respiratory disease is better known as Asthma. Asthma has but can be treated through treatments such as nebulizers, inhalers or antibiotics. All of these medical treatments aid in treating asthma and preventing the diseases from becoming deadly, but does not preventing one from developing Asthma. In the United States and in the rest of the world any human in society is at risk to get asthma. Regardless of ethnicity , gender, age, sexuality and location where one lives all of these people have an equal chance of developing the chronic respiratory disease. Asthma is a disease that one can not get rid of and once developed will be carried along with the individual for the rest of one 's life. With proper care one can live a full active life, but needs to take extra medical steps to maintain a healthy respiratory system. There is no reasonable explanation why some develop asthma and why some do not, even if both sides are exposed to all of the same elements and are born from the same mother. Asthma is commonly developed at a young age, but recently there has been an increase in the amounts of adults who develop asthma later in life (EPA 2016). Recently many agencies have begun to look into reasons one may develop asthma one morning and there seems to be a

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