Kemper, Kathi J.
September 1994
Mothering;Fall94, Issue 72, p38
Discusses asthma in children in the United States. Symptoms; Changes in the small airways of the lungs as cause of asthma; Rate of incidence; Most common culprits of asthma; Prevention tips. INSETS: Caring for sensitive lungs.;The role of touch in asthma, by Ashley Montagu..


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