Exercise Can Benefit People with Asthma

New evidence shows that exercise may reduce the severity of attacks or even prevent them.

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The belief that exercise is bad, even dangerous, for asthma patients is a long-standing misconception. Nine-teen million Americans have asthma, and too many of them needlessly avoid exercise.

In most cases,

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