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    Parents - Seeking Your Help for Innovative Asthma App!
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    lifeguardforkids posted:
    Dear WebMD Asthma Community,

    LifeGuard Games is developing an app to help kids manage their asthma. We're interested in learning how we can best serve the needs of asthmatic kids, and their parents' concerns. Your feedback would be instrumental in helping to develop our app.

    If you're a parent of an asthmatic child, we'd love to hear from you. We'd love if you completed this simple, 5-minute survey (link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TZBHP29 ). Doing so enters you in a drawing to receive a $50 gift card from Amazon. You'll be asked for your email at the end of the survey.

    More about LifeGuard Games at www.lifeguardgames.com
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