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    I have chosen to write my informative article on the non-communicable disease Asthma. I have chosen this condition because my mom and I both suffer from Asthma. This is a condition that has many variables and triggers and can affect the sufferer to many different degrees. Some people suffer from very mild cases of Asthma and are only affected occasionally or under certain circumstances. For others, it is something that effects their every day life. In the United States, more than 25 million

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    Allergic Asthma or allergy-induced asthma is one of many forms of asthma. Asthma is a chronic lung condition that results in recurring episodes of a difficult problem breathing. According to Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America(aafa), about 25 million Americans have some form of asthma. Breathing is a basic essential part of life which is normally done without thinking about it. The people with asthma airway may become inflamed and constricted due to allergens, irritants, physical activities

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    Informational Topic: What is Asthma? Introduction: Have any of you struggled with buying medicine worth more than a thousand pesos and it would only last 6 days? Today I’m here to give all of you an idea on what asthma really is and how to treat someone who is suffering from an asthma attack. Main points: 1. What is asthma? Allergic asthma is the result of the allergic reaction taking place in the bronchial mucosal lining rather than in the nasal lining. Most allergic asthma is seen in children. For

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    Are you one of the millions of people who suffer from the respiratory condition asthma? Do you feel like your condition stops you from living the way you'd like to, or seeing your life to its full potential? Read on to find out if you might be able to do something to handle your condition more effectively! You should stay home as much as possible when it is humid outside or when there is a lot of pollen in the air. Humidity and pollen will make it hard for you to breathe. If you must go outside,

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    You must being in a hurry to know how to stop asthma because it has been a great budden to you so as others. but before i go straight to the remedies you will agree with me that we need to know all about asthma and how it works. if you already have ideas of this you can skip the article to the part you need which comes to be the almighty remedies.  keep readings.... As we all noticed Asthma is a chronic condition that causes inflammation and narrowing of the bronchial tubes.   this inflation

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    Asthma Informative Speech

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    Around this time, I was diagnosed as overweight and with early symptoms of asthma. To address this problem, my mother began getting more informed on the cause: poor environmental and community health. This information came from her involvement with the Environmental Health Coalition (EHC), a nonprofit organization that mobilizes

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    One day you're outside playing with your companions you stop to slow down and blast you can't breath. While a few symptoms of asthma are sniffling, wheezing hacking or hard to breath. On the other hand smoking after pregnancies. It's reparable, yet a great many people simply live with it since it's not so much that awful. It resembles you're taking in an inflatable, it's tight and thick and hard It typically influences in the event that you neglected for quite a while, yet it can change here and

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    In the article Asthma: Versatile Treatment for A Versatile Disease by Kevin R. Murphy, he discusses the many factors that affect asthma and how inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) are used for all different levels of asthma. Kevin R. Murphy brings up factors such as air pollution and smoking that contribute to the variable nature of asthma which affect people with asthma every day. I will be evaluating the points that Kevin R. Murphy made about the factors that affect asthma and how versatile treatment

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    Assessment and Therapeutics in Healthcare 1 (92430) Assessment Task 1 – Health Education Part 1: Asthma Asthma is a ‘chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways’. (Kaufman 2015, p.564) Features of asthma include increased airway response to stimuli (internal or external to body), airway obstruction via bronchospasms, inflammation of airways, and is treatable but not curable. Asthma is caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors (immune response, allergens, exercise, air pollutants

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    Health Promotion Model

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    Breathe Easy: A Health Promotion Model On Asthma Management In School Age (7-11 Year Old) Children Introduction Health is the state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity (from WHO, 1946, in Park, 2005) and Health Promotion has been defined as an enterprise involving the development over time, in individuals and communities, of basic and positive states of and conditions for physical, mental and social health (Raeburn and Rootman, 1998

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