Many children who have asthma aren't using helpful medications or speaking regularly with health care providers about their symptoms, according to a study from the University of Rochester's Children's Hospital at Strong. The findings were presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting in Baltimore last week. "This study included a diverse group of children from the inner city, suburbs, and rural areas, which I think makes the findings all the more striking," says the study's lead ...

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