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Sweating, Crying May Help Prevent Exercise-Induced Asthma in Athletes.
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The authors of a new research review say children with asthma face a number of barriers to participation in physical activity, from family beliefs to school disorganization to their own misperceptions about their symptoms.
By Anthony J. Brown, MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A heat exchange mask, designed to improve comfort in cold temperatures, also seems to protect against asthma triggered by breathing cold, dry air, according to a report in the medical journal Chest.
Although exercise can trigger asthma attacks in some people, a new review of studies has found that exercise improved cardiopulmonary fitness in people with asthma.
By Megan Rauscher NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - New research hints that a large number of Olympic athletes may be using inhaled steroids for exercise-induced asthma when they don't have the condition, while others may unknowingly have exercise-induced asthma and aren't being treated.
It's great to be active in the winter, but exercising in cold weather can cause problems for people with asthma. "It's crucial that all asthmatics know about possible triggers.
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