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Recognizing an Asthma Attack in Your Child

View more videos at: http://www.healthsciencechannel.com HSC 424 - Certain things cause, or trigger, "asthma attacks" or make asthma worse. Some of the common asthma triggers are: Infections in the airways, Viral infections of the ear, nose, and throat, Other infections (such as pneumonia), Things in the environment (outside or indoor air you breathe), Cigarette smoke, Irritants in the air (air pollution), Cold air, dry air, Sudden changes in the weather.
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