Living With Asthma: CDC Vital Signs

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Living with asthma means I have to use an inhaler twice a day. Living with asthma means I can’t bike when the air is polluted because I can’t breathe. Before I started using my inhaler, I would feel like I was missing out on something during basketball practice when I had to sit out and the rest of the team kept practicing. Living with asthma means that I may not be able to breathe well enough to go outside and play with my grandsons.

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