asthma

All Noun
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  • He did not attend school until age ten due to ill health and asthma.
  • The last years of his life he spent in bed fighting with severe asthma.
  • He later had to give up his assembly-line job due to health issues - he suffered from asthma.
  • For a great part of his life, he suffered from the effects of asthma.
  • When he was a child, his body was very weak and he often suffered from asthma.
  • A brief history of the study of asthma is used as the case study.
  • She spent most of her last years writing and raising money for organizations that fight asthma.
  • His health was always delicate, and he suffered from severe asthma throughout his life.
  • He took a year off his studies at the university due to recurring problems with asthma.
  • She tells the Principal that she has an asthma problem and leaves.
  • When his father died of asthma, while still very young, the family went through financial hardship.
  • Her husband claimed that she died of an asthma attack.
  • However, she had no prior history of asthma, and no symptoms of a heart condition.
  • The reported cause of his death was a severe asthma attack.
  • Many other conditions can cause symptoms similar to those of asthma.
  • Asthma, a possible serious health risk, also has a clear link to poverty.
  • He had a difficult time in school, being a small child with asthma and glasses.
  • Young came to love radio when bedridden as a child because of severe asthma.
  • It will not treat an asthma attack once it has already begun.
  • While asthma is a well recognized condition, there is not one universal agreed upon definition.
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Synonyms of asthma

Meaning of asthma

  • noun Respiratory disorder characterized by wheezing; usually of allergic origin