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    Manage and Beat The "Asthma Blues"
    asthmamusic posted:
    I am a respiratory therapist of 24 years and a musician who has created an asthma education program called "Asthma Blues". "Asthma Blues" uses music to effectively communicate the NHLBI guidelines for asthma management.
    My website is: .

    Do you have a child with asthma?
    Help them to manage it and beat the "Asthma Blues".

    "Asthma Blues" can help to improve
    their quality of life year round!

    Our 7-song asthma education music CD "Asthma Blues" empowers with vital information that builds the structure for asthma management, delivers key concepts that help families to take control of asthma, and equips them with the tools to manage and keep asthma under control.

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