Breathing easier in Connecticut : success stories from the Connecticut Asthma Control Program
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Breathing easier in Connecticut : success stories from the Connecticut Asthma Control Program
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    10/25/12

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    The Connecticut Department of Public Health's (CT DPH) Asthma Control Program and its partners focus on communities with the greatest needs. They increase asthma awareness, educate people on how to avoid environmental asthma triggers, partner with community stakeholders, and help residents manage their own health. And their efforts are paying off. Connecticut is one of 36 states that receives funding and technical support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Asthma Control Program. Since 1999, CDC has been leading public health efforts to prevent costly asthma complications, create asthma-friendly environments, and empower people living with asthma with the tools they need to better manage their own health. Find out more at www.cdc.gov/asthma. Publication date from document properties. Asthma-Connecticut_final.pdf
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