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    Help Your Child Manage Asthma with Wellapets!
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    lifeguardforkids posted:
    Wellapets is a new educational game app that helps kids and families manage asthma!

    Developed by Boston-based LifeGuard Games in collaboration with pediatric asthma specialists, Wellapets teaches and motivates kids ages 6-11 to manage asthma by caring for a lovable fire-breathing drgaon that also has asthma.

    The game focuses specifically on teaching kids to take their inhaler with the right technique at the right times, avoid asthma triggers, and recognize asthma symptoms before asthma attacks happen!

    Learn more about the Wellapets and the team at www.Wellapets.com, follow us @Wellapets or check out our stellar ratings and reviews on the App Store, Google Play or Amazon Appstore!
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