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I Have Asthma, What Does That Mean? by Asthma is treatable. Asthma is controllable. Asthma doesn't have to be scary. These are the lessons the boy in this story learns, with the help of his parents, his doctor, and his imagination.For any child with a classmate, friend, or relative with asthma, I Have Asthma, What Does That Mean? shows asthma is nothing to be embarrassed or shy about. It explains what happens during an asthma attack, and how keeping asthma under control can be a manageable part of a normal, active lifestyle.
Publication Date: 2015-07-15
Brianna Breathes Easy by Brianna gets the lead in the Thanksgiving school play-shell be Hero the Hen! She almost forgets about the coughing and breathing trouble shes been having. Brianna loves practicing her leaping and flapping. But at the dress rehearsal, she has a bad coughing attack and feels a tightness in her chest. The teacher calls 911 and the paramedics take Brianna to the hospital. There, Dr. Anderson diagnoses Brianna with asthma. Brianna begins to learn about her disease and how to manage it. Things are soon under control, and shes back on stage for her debut!
Publication Date: 2005-01-01
The Lion Who Had Asthma by Sean likes to pretend he's a lion, roaring in the jungle. But this lion starts to cough, his chest hurts, and it's hard to breathe. This lion has asthma. So Sean's mother gives him his medicine to help him breath. Now Sean imagines he's a jet pilot.
Publication Date: 1992-01-01
Asthma by Readers will learn about some of the most common health problems affecting people today, from the first symptoms to the final diagnosis. They will find out how these illnesses change people's lives, what research doctors are doing to improve treatments, and much more. Statistics illustrate how common different illnesses are and how effectively they can be treated . Colorful photos show what life is like for people living with illnesses . Sidebars provide in-depth info about new treatments, common symptoms, and much more . Glossaries explain difficult terms in a way that makes them easy to understand . www.factsfornow.scholastic.com See page 1 for more information.
Publication Date: 2015-09-01
A Kid's Guide to Asthma Asthma affects millions of people around the world every day. Asthma can keep you from taking part in your favorite sport or even make taking a single breath difficult. Even if you don't have asthma, you probably have family or friends who do. Asthma can even be deadly in some cases, making it much more than just an annoying cough or a bit of trouble breathing. You may hear about asthma on TV and read about it online. But many people-kids and adults-don't understand much about asthma. What does asthma do to your body? Why do some people have asthma while others don't? What is life like for the people around the world who have asthma or live with someone who does? How can people live normal lives while taking care of their asthma? You'll find answers to all of these questions and more
Publication Date: 2014-01-01
Asthma by A guide to understanding and coping with asthma when you're a teenager. Provides a basic understanding about asthma, the signs and symptoms of the disease, available medical treatments, and effective coping strategies. Offers personal interviews and advice from teens who are coping with asthma. Generously illustrated and includes lots of sidebars and other visual effects.
Publication Date: 2006-09-18
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