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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-07

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able to tell when an attack was
close, so I could do pretty much
what I wanted."
Aaron was active as a young-
ster, attended camp, and ran
cross country for his high school
team.
"I took medication regularly so
I could run and train and it's the
same for working out with the
cheerleading squad," Aaron says.
"This year, however, I'm having
more problems then usual. For-
tunately, the doctor works with
me and we're controlling the at-
tacks, but I'm on a lot of medica-
tion."
Next year, Aaron plans to
move out of the university dorm
into an apartment in hopes of cut-
ting down his exposure to dust
and other allergens.
Dr. Rowe says that a major
reason asthma is serious is pre-
cisely because many people don't
take it seriously. They often don't
take their medication. His advice
is to make sure you are getting
the best care by becoming an in-
fo' used participant with your doc-
tor in the management of your
asthma. ❑

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