Learning about Allergic Asthma




Dr. Mario Zambrano, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician with Homestead Hospital, explains allergic asthma is when you are allergic to pollen, a scent, or a perfume, and you have and asthma attack and the only thing that helps is a bronchodilator.

He also says a child can outgrow asthma by four years old or five years old when their immune system becomes modulated and they learn to deal with allergens.

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