A Parent’s Guide to Childhood Asthma

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Growing up, I remember several friends of mine had asthma. They always seemed to have a rough time during P.E. in school, and also when it was cold out. They’d have to have inhalers with them at all times, and sometimes they’d have to go to the nurses office during school. I couldn’t imagine having asthma and knowing it was something you’d have to be on top of and manage all of the time.

In the United States, asthma is really more common than you think as it affects nearly 7 million children. Many parents are either misinformed or uneducated about the condition, and that’s why I wanted to share this infographic with my readers today as I think it’s so important.

Childhood Asthma Infographic
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Do you know anyone who has asthma? Were you aware of how common asthma is?

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Comments

  1. Asthma is frightening for an adult. It’s especially worrisome when it gets a child. Luckily, it can be treated, or at least kept under control.

  2. Both my teen and I have asthma. Since I’ve had it for decades, I’m very diligent with my teen and I and taking care of ourselves. Asthma can be very scary if not taken care of!

  3. Luckily my son has grown out of his asthma. It was difficult. Great info on this thank you! ^-^

  4. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    Asthma can be so serious. This is great information you shared. It could save a life. Thank you so much

  5. I developed asthma as an 8 yr old. It was quite debilitating but I was able to manage it with medication.

  6. I do not currently know anyone who has asthma, but I remember in school there was always a student who couldn’t take part in P.E. because of asthma. I was not aware of how common asthma is. Thank you for sharing this infographic.

  7. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    Asthma is very frightening and those children who outgrow it are lucky. I knew asthma had increased , but not by how much. pollutants I the air can also,be a big problem.

  8. all these steps should be done to help our kiddos out-thanks for sharing

  9. Edna Williams says:

    Asthma can be quite frightening! Thanks for sharing!

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