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KEY ASTHMA AND ALLERGY RESOURCES
TABLE OF CONTENTS

(all PDF files )

Allergens
Susceptibility Factors
Pollutants
Risk Assessment and Risk Management
 
Policy Change
 
 



  Asthma and Bronchiotis Hospitalizations Among American Indian Chidren. Asthma Curriculum Research   Anxiety Sensitivity and Depression in Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and Asthma.
Asthma Prevalence among American Indian and Alaska Native Children. Air Pollution and Children's Health Assessing Exposure to Air Toxics Relative to Asthma.
Culturally Competent Prevention and Control of Asthma for American Indians and Alaska Natives. ALLERGY archives -- May 2004 Using air pollution based community clusters to explore air pollution
health effects in children
.
Latino Children with Asthma: Rates and Risks for Medical Care Utilization. Asthma Cadabra! Early-life Environmental Risk Factors for Asthma: Finding from the Children's Health Study.
Prediction of residential pet and cockroach allergen levels using questionnaire information. Asthma Linked to Indoor Dampness Etiology and Pathogenesis of Airway Disease in Children and Adults from Rural Communities.
Prevalence of Asthma and Chronic
Respiratory Symptoms Among Alaska
Native Children.
Asthma & Air Pollution - Fact Sheet Health consequences associated with frequent wheezing in adolescents without asthma diagnosis.
Urban American Indian Family Caregivers’ Perceptions of Barriers to Management of Childhood Asthma. Asthma Facts Home and Allergic Characteristics of Children with Asthma in Seven U.S. Urban Communities and Design of an Environmental Intervention: The Inner-City Asthma Study.
  The role of Cockroach Allergy and exposure to Cockroach Allergen in causing morbidity among Inner-city Children with Asthma. Indoor air pollution: a global health concern.
  Breathe Easier: World Asthma Day: May 4, 2004 Knowledge of Skin Test Results Among Parents of Asthmatic Children.
  Cockroaches A-Cart Mechanisms of asthma.
  Damp Indoor Spaces and Health Obesity and the Risk of Newly Diagnosed Asthma in School-age Children.
  The Effects of Ambient Air Pollution on School Absenteeism Due to Respiratory Illnesses. Parental asthma as a risk factor for the development of early skin test
sensitization in children
.
  Asthma - National Safety Council Environmental Health Center. Particle Concentrations in Inner-City Homes of Children with Asthma: The Effect of Smoking, Cooking, and Outdoor Pollution.
  EH ASTHMA Fact Files - Lessons at a Glance. Physical Activity in Urban School-Aged Children With Asthma.
  Asthma in exercising children exposed to ozone: a cohort study. Prospective Study of Air Pollution and
Bronchitic Symptoms in Children with Asthma
.
  May is Asthma Awareness Month - May 4, 2004 is World Asthma Day.
Ultrafine Particle Deposition in Subjects with Asthma.
  Summary Report - The National Asthma Education and Prevention Program Coordinating Committee Meeting. December 8, 2003. Dog allergen (Can f 1) and cat allergen (Fel d 1) in US homes: Results from the National Survey of Lead and Allergens in Housing.
  Protecting Our Children’s Environment: An Educational Outreach Guide on Asthma. Asthma Prevalence and Control Characteristics by Race/Ethnicity — United States, 2002.
  Protecting Our Children’s Environment: An Educational Outreach Guide on Asthma. (In Spanish) Respiratory Morbidity among Children Following Renovation of a Water - Damaged School.
  World Asthma Day: San Joaquin Valley Health Consortium.

Improved Health after intervention in a School with a Moisture Problems.

  Key Research Studies on the Link between Asthma & Allergies and the Environment. (Abstracts of Articles)  
  Results of a Home-Based Environmental Intervention among Urban Children with Asthma  
  The Seattle-King County Healthy Homes Project: A Randomized, Controlled Trial of a Community
Health Worker Intervention to Decrease Exposure to Indoor Asthma Triggers
 
  The Seattle–King County Healthy Homes Project: Implementation of a
Comprehensive Approach to Improving Indoor Environmental Quality
for Low-Income Children with Asthma
 
 

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