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Fish Oil, the Respiratory Tract, Wheezing and Asthma
Polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy reduced the absolute risk of persistent wheeze or asthma and infections of the lower respiratory tract in offspring.
Working with Special Populations Part 2: Asthma
Regular exercise can do wonders for those who suffer from asthma, but it’s vital that coaches understand how to safely work with asthmatic trainees.
Swimming with Cystic Fibrosis
Being 29 and having cystic fibrosis is a feat in and of itself, but Jamina Winston is also a swimmer. Living with CF, diabetes, and hospitalization doesn't stop her from doing what she loves.
Why Do 8% of Olympic Athletes Have Asthma?
A recent study revealed that asthma is the most chronic condition among Olympic athletes, with around 8% of the athletes suffering from the condition - and outperforming non-asthma sufferers.
Exercise Induced Asthma More Likely in Some Sports
Exercise induced asthma is something many athlete deal with, but are certain sports more prone to inducing asthma? Could this knowledge be helpful for afflicted athletes?
Drinking Soda Can Kill You
Two brand new studies indicate life-threatening diseases are strongly associated with the consumption of soft drinks, including heart attack and asthma.
Becca Borawski Jenkins
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