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         Asthma:     more books (100)
  1. Reversing Asthma: Breathe Easier with This Revolutionary New Program by Richard N. Firshein D.O., 1998-04-01
  2. ABC of Asthma, Allergies and Lupus: Eradicate Asthma - Now! by F. Batmanghelidj, 2000-08
  3. The Asthma Sourcebook 3rd Edition (Sourcebooks) by Francis Adams, 2006-12-09
  4. Asthma Allergies Children: A Parent's Guide by Dr Paul Ehrlich, Dr Larry Chiaramonte, et all 2010-06-30
  5. Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4-A Disorders by Kenneth Bock, Cameron Stauth, 2008-04-29
  6. Natural Relief for Your Child's Asthma: A Guide to Controlling Symptoms & Reducing Your Child's Dependence on Drugs by M.D., Steven J. Bock, M.D., Kenneth Bock, 1999-04-01
  7. The Allergy and Asthma Cure: A Complete 8-Step Nutritional Program by Fred Pescatore M.D., 2008-05-12
  8. The Asthma Educators Handbook by Christopher Fanta, Elisabeth Stieb, et all 2007-07-02
  9. The Lion Who Had Asthma (Albert Whitman Concept Paperbacks) by Jonathan London, 1992-01-01
  10. The Inflammation Syndrome: The Complete Nutritional Program to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, Arthritis, Diabetes, Allergies, and Asthma by Jack Challem, 2003-02-14
  11. Asthma for Dummies by William E. Berger MDMBA, 2004-04-09
  12. The Asthma and Allergy Action Plan for Kids: A Complete Program to Help Your Child Live a Full and Active Life by Allen Dozor, Kate Kelly, 2004-03-23
  13. Taking Asthma to School (Special Kids in Schools), Second Edition (Special Kids in Schools Series) by Barbara Mitchell, 1998-03
  14. Allergy and Asthma: Practical Diagnosis and Management (LANGE Clinical Medicine) by Massoud Mahmoudi, 2007-09-18

1. AAAAI - American Academy Of Allergy Asthma And Immunology -
What s New , Read today s Health eHeadlines, FAQ Guide to Spring Allergies, Relief is in sight. Learn how to take control of your
What's New - Read today's Health eHeadlines Enjoy the outdoors with allergies and asthma Whether hiking, camping or gardening, allergy and asthma sufferers can manage symptoms triggered by outdoor allergens. Learn more.
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2. Asthma UK
The UK s independent asthma charity with asthma news, information, treatment and research. asthma UK, Home, Site map, Contact us. asthma UK.
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Asthma UK sets research agenda

A new Asthma UK report recommends priority areas for research into how asthma is treated in the UK. Snap up our low allergen seeds!
Low allergen seeds are being sold in branches of Barclays and The Woolwich to raise money for Asthma UK. more news Donate now Run for asthma Watch our asthma movie ... Top of page

3. Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Online
Allergy, asthma Immunology is an information and news service for patients, parents of patients, the news media, purchasers of group health programs, and others interested in the allergic the
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Today is June 02, 2004. Welcome to , an information and news service for patients, parents of patients, the news media, and purchasers of group health care programs. This site is maintained by allergists, the medical specialists who treat asthma and the other allergic diseases, and their professional association, the . This web site will always be under construction. Please let us know how we may better serve you. Visit Statement on Insurance Coverage for Antihistamines
Click here to read the position statement issued by the ACAAI, AAAAI and JCAAI. Indoor Allergy Survival Tips
Learn about indoor allergens and get tips on how to control them New Online Slide Show Assess and lower your risk of asthma with a new online slide show and quiz that explore the link between asthma and the other allergic diseases. Content on this site is prepared and served on the Macintosh platform. Send comments to ACAAI Executive Office Last modified November 14, 2002

asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) TOLLFREE HOTLINE 1-800-7-asthma 1233 20th Street, NW, Suite 402, Washington, DC 20036 Ph 202.466.7643 Fax
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for Millions of People You are not alone . More than 60 million people in America have asthma or allergies, costing the U.S. economy over $20 billion each year in hospitalizations, medical services, lost productivity at work or school, and more. With the right resources you and your loved ones can live healthy and active lives. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) is here to help, with:
  • FREE INFORMATION about asthma and allergies EDUCATION PROGRAMS for consumers and health professionals ADVOCACY to improve quality of life for patients RESEARCH to find a cure.
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5. MedlinePlus: Asthma
Other health topics A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ List of All Topics. asthma. Search MEDLINE for recent research articles on asthma . General . Diagnosis From the National
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6. AANMA - Allergy & Asthma Network Mothers Of Asthmatics
Allergy asthma Network Mothers of asthmatics a nonprofit patient education and advocacy organization providing consumer-friendly information about asthma and allergies.
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8. Asthma Home Page
This is the home page of asthma. asthma Content. Home. Basics. CDC Program asthma Grantees Contacts. Click on map to learn more about CDC programs in your state.
Asthma Content Home Basics CDC Program Interventions ... Links Content Home About the Program Air Quality and Forest Fires Asthma ... Links
Click on map to learn more about CDC programs in your state. Spotlights Nine Million U.S. Children Diagnosed with Asthma, New Report Finds Save this Date:
National Asthma Conference

April 14-16, 2004

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Global Health Office Asthma Health Studies ... Health Topics A-Z This page last reviewed May 06, 2004 Air Pollution and Respiratory Health Branch
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9. Asthma Tutorial
Children s Medical Center of the University of Virginia. WHAT? what is asthma? WHY? why does asthma occur and what happens during an asthma attack? SYMPTOMS?
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what is asthma? WHY?
why does asthma occur and what happens during an asthma attack? SYMPTOMS?
what does it feel like to have an asthma attack? HOW?
how do doctors help make asthma better? FEEDBACK FORM
please fill out this feedback form or send us e-mail about this tutorial Asthma is a disease of the respiratory system. Your respiratory system is made up of your nose and mouth, your windpipe (also called your trachea, pronounced tray-key-uh) , your lungs, and a bunch of air tubes (or airways) that connect your nose and mouth with your lungs (these tubes are called bronchi and bronchioles, prounounced bron-kye and bron-key-oles)
People who have asthma sometimes have trouble breathing. When people who have asthma have this trouble breathing, we call it an asthma attack. Lots of people have asthma attacks, even the two girls just below. Click on their pictures to hear what they feel like when they have an asthma attack. Return to Children's Medical Center Home Page Send comments to

10. The Asthma & Respiratory Foundation Of New Zealand
Latest news, asthma information, kids page, and local support options.

11. Childhood And Adult Asthma Symptoms, Causes And Risks
Divided into four sections, this site offers information about causes, symptoms and treatment, as well as allergic reactions.
Latest News Childhood and Adult Onset Asthma Symptoms, Causes and Risks
This site looks at the causes, symptoms and risks associated with asthma. It also explores the increasing occurrence of various types including childhood and adult onset asthma
What is Asthma?
In response to a trigger the air tubes of the lungs become narrower or completely blocked due to inflammation thus restricting normal breathing. In severe cases, this narrowing can lead to death. The condition affects the bronchi or bronchioles (airways); it does not affect the lungs' air sacs. Narrowing results when the lining of the airways becomes inflamed and the muscles surrounding the airways contract. Despite its worrying implications, however, with proper treatment, the condition is both controllable and reversible.
Cause for Concern
Fact: asthma is on the increase. Today, in the United States and Australia, an estimated five percent of adults and ten percent of children suffer from the condition. In the UK, the number of new cases of adult onset and childhood asthma amount to a total of nearly three million people (around five percent of the British population).
Increased air pollution and other factors associated with 21st Century lifestyles have resulted in an alarming escalation in the number of newly diagnosed cases of bronchial asthma
New Departures in Asthma Research
According to Dr. Robert Youngson, an authority on respiratoy disorders, research into the mechanisms that can cause the condition has revealed that, in the allergic type, blood cells called eosinophils can release highly irritating substances that cause inflammation of the air tube linings. In the non-allergic type, however, helper T-cells are also present, along with eosinophils. Until this discovery, helper T-cells had not been associated with the causes of asthma.

12. Allergy & Asthma Disease Management Center
A Web site for health care professionals who are interested in care and management of allergies and asthma.
Mission Statement:
The Allergy and Asthma Disease Management Center (AADMC) web site has been constructed to provide timely, practical and important information to physicians from a wide variety of backgrounds and clinical practice. The AADMC is designed to be interactive.
Editorial content is provided by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI), the largest national professional society of its kind in the world. The AAAAI is still growing, utilizing journals, publications, and now the World Wide Web for educational purposes.
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13. Stuart H. Young, MD, PC - Allergy And Asthma
Specialist in allergy and asthma in New York. Publishes a book titled Allergies The Complete Guide for purchase from website.

14. Home - American Lung Association Site
Since 1904, the American Lung Association has been working to ensure that all Americans breathe easier. Our mission is to prevent lung disease and promote lung health. This goal is crucial. Home
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American Lung Association scientific research saves and improves lives in every community in America. Through research we can eliminate lung disease and the suffering it causes millions of Americans. Read about how the American Lung Association changed Jan Martin's life. (May 21, 2004) Public Health Groups Strongly Support Bipartisan FDA Tobacco Legislation
(May 20, 2004) Lung Association Applauds U.S. for Signing Global Tobacco Control Treaty
(May 11, 2004) TAKE ACTION: Send the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control to the Senate for Ratification (May 11, 2004) Health Effects of Ozone and Particle Pollution The American Lung Association State of the Air: 2004
Knowing the truth about air pollution, and what you can do to help, is the first step in protecting you and your family's health. (April 29, 2004) TAKE ACTION: Defend the Clean Air Act!
(April 29, 2004) New Asthma and Chronic Bronchitis Morbidity and Mortality Trend Reports
View the latest additions to the Data and Statistics section of this site (April 2004) Research Applications Available
for the American Lung Association's Nationwide Research Program 2005-2006 Celebrate our 100th Anniversary
Support the American Lung Association's 21st Annual Research Fund Dinner!

15. What Is Asthma
Tells what asthma is and how it affects people.
1. What Is Asthma?
Asthma is a chronic lung condition. It is characterized by difficulty in breathing. People with asthma have extra sensitive or hyperresponsive airways. The airways react by narrowing or obstructing when they become irritated. This makes it difficult for the air to move in and out. This narrowing or obstruction can cause one or a combination of the following symptoms:
  • wheezing
  • coughing
  • shortness of breath
  • chest tightness
This narrowing or obstruction is caused by:
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  • 16. National Asthma Campaign - Kids' Zone
    asthma facts asthma facts what happens and why. PEAK holidays PEAK holidays - fun, thrills and more. asthma UK website. National asthma Campaign.
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    17. How Do I Find An Allergist?
    Offers a locator and phone number for telephone referrals for those looking for an allergist.

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    Allergist Locator
    One method is only a few mouse clicks away. By entering a zip code or a city, state and street address on the Allergist Locator , you will be given a list of up to eight nearby allergists, their addresses and phone numbers and the driving distance to each office. The Allergist Locator also will draw a map of the locations of the allergists. The map can be manipulated by zooming in on a neighborhood street grid or out to view the entire region. You can print out both the list and the map. Telephone Referral
    The ACAAI also operates a nationwide allergist referral service. Callers to the toll-free number can receive by mail the names, addresses and telephone numbers of board-certified allergists who practice in their vicinity. A board-certified allergist has completed a three-year residency training program in either internal medicine or pediatrics, followed by a two- or three-year program of study in the field of allergy and immunology. They also have passed a qualifying examination to earn certification by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology. For ACAAI membership information, please contact:

    18. Asthma Tutorial
    asthma Tutorial This multimedia tutorial can be used to teach students about asthma, including lessons on respiratory anatomy, what happens during an asthma attack, what triggers asthma, and how

    19. Asthma - Homepage
    Includes articles, links and a forum.
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    Diagnosed With Asthma, Now What?
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    If you've been recently diagnosed with asthma you might be intimidated by both what you don't know and the huge amount of information available about asthma. The biggest question in anyone's mind at this point would be, where do I start?
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    Is It Asthma?
    What do you do if you or someone you know suspects they might have asthma?

    It could be that you're coughing or wheezing a lot when you're around a friend's perfume or one of your children keep getting frequent colds that seem to last forever. Wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, and noisy breathing are all signs of asthma.
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    20. AAFA
    asthma What is asthma? asthma is a disease in which the airways become blocked or narrowed. People with asthma can be of any race, age or sex.

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