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Manny and I'm He would do as you questions.
It isn't clear why some people get asthma and others don't.
But it is probably due to a combination of environmental and genetic factors we got this question from a concerned view.
Manny do people who live in cities have -- -- more than those who live at the country.
-- environment does seem to have some impact on whether you will develop -- or not this is because.
Repeated exposure to certain substances that act as -- asthma trigger.
Can raise the sensitivity of the airwaves and result in asthmatic symptoms over time.
Some of those -- Have to do with where you live like.
Airborne allergens such as pollen animal dander mold cockroaches and dust mites.
-- air air pollution and irritants like cigarette smoke -- -- fields.
Reaction to these -- can -- you airwaves too narrow and tight.
Extra mucus is social problems which makes it even harder to -- This -- result in an asthma attack but avoiding these triggers could help control -- However.
Recently the -- has shown that children.
Who live in areas facing intersections with major highways railways had a 427%.
Increased risk of developing childhood as.
We could be that people who live -- largest cities may have a slightly higher risk of developing asthma and those that live in the country.
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