Teens Think They Have Asthma Under Control, But Benefit From New Approach To Treatment

Tuesday, May 6, 2008 - 07:21 in Health & Medicine

Two studies that offer new insights to help adolescents and younger children improve their asthma control were recently conducted. One study found that teens with asthma dramatically overestimate their ability to control the condition, while the other study found that a creative approach referred to as "unplanned planned asthma visits" resulted in young patients having fewer emergency room and hospital visits.

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