Parents see asthma symptoms in children before seeking help

02/19/2010 | United Press International

More than 60% of parents said they noticed physical symptoms of an asthma attack or behavioral changes in their children before seeking treatment. The results led to a follow-up study in which asthma coaches work with physicians to promote earlier use of albuterol and self-management treatments.

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