Do you have shortness of breath or wheezing sometimes when doing daily activities? You just might have asthma but no worries. Find out how you can get a free screening. Yes, free!
Do you have shortness of breath or wheezing sometimes when doing daily activities? You just might have asthma but no worries. A 14th annual Nationwide Asthma Screening Program has free screenings taking place across the United States, this year. For a list of screening locations and dates click here. The screenings are for adults and children who might be at risk for asthma. Allergist from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology are giving the test. The program is also sponsored by the ACAAI. "With the right diagnosis and treatment, including medication, anyone with asthma can be active," said allergist John Winder, M.D., chair of the Nationwide Asthma Screening Program. "No one should accept anything less. If you've experienced these symptoms or just want to make sure you have good control of your asthma, attend a free screening and find relief."