Asthma and allergies affect more than 60 million Americans. Allergic disease, which includes asthma, is the fifth leading chronic disease in the U.S. They can impact you socially, emotionally and financially. But asthma and allergies don’t have to define you.
But working with your doctor and following your treatment plan, you can thrive and do many of the things you enjoy doing…
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