Asthma-related hospitalizations and missed school days were fewer in 2013 than in 2003
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Asthma-related hospitalizations and missed school days were fewer in 2013 than in 2003
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    February 6, 2018

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    CDC Vital signs ; Feb. 2018
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    English
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Asthma-related hospitalizations and missed school days were fewer in 2013 than in 2003
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    Children who were hospitalized for asthma Percent (%) hospitalized, ages 0-17 years In 2003, 10% of children with asthma were hospitalized. In 2013, 5% of children with asthma were hospitalized. Children with asthma who missed school days Percent (%) missing school, ages 5-17 years In 2003, 61% of children with asthma missed school days. In 2013, 49% of children with asthma missed school days. SOURCE: National Health Interview Survey, 2003 and 2013. http://bit.ly/2xkU0GA vs-0218-childhood-asthma-1185px-2.png
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