Asthma has poor city kids gasping to keep up in school

06/30/2004 |

Community activists want Baltimore officials to replace crumbling inner-city housing because, they argue, poor sanitary conditions there are triggering an asthma epidemic causing children to miss school. Studies indicate that in such run-down neighborhoods, the asthma rate is about three times the national average of 7%.

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