Colleges, students better equipped to deal with asthma

08/24/2009 | USA Today

College can be a hazardous place for students with asthma, but more schools are adopting tougher policies to control smoking, and freshmen are becoming better prepared to take care of their health. Pediatric experts say it is important to begin preparing teenagers a couple of years in advance of college to juggle medications, maintain healthy habits and trouble-shoot problems on their own.

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