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Asthma and allergies –
Learn the Link


Asthma and Allergies –
The symptoms


One end of the scale – Allergies

A new way of looking at asthma and seasonal allergies

One airway, one disease

Balancing treatment
• Treating seasonal
  allergies

• Treating asthma
  and seasonal allergies
  together


Asthma Patients’ Allergy Self-Assessment
 
  Learn the Link between Asthma and Seasonal Allergies

The Learn the Link campaign aims to raise awareness of the link between asthma and seasonal allergies, and to help you understand how to manage the symptoms of both conditions together in order to stay healthy and enjoy daily activities more.

You may not have been previously aware of the strong link between asthma and seasonal allergies. Learn the Link explains this link and informs you about ways to help manage your symptoms.

This Web site also provides information on available treatment options for patients with asthma and seasonal allergies. It also includes a self-assessment questionnaire to help you decide if you need to discuss your symptoms with your physician.

Learn the Link video contest

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Up to 75% of people with asthma also have seasonal allergies.

People with seasonal allergies are up to three times more likely to develop asthma.

Allergic Rhinitis and its impact on Asthma, ARIA Workshop Report, J Allergy Clin Immunol, s198

 
 

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An ALLERGY ASTHMA INFORMATION ASSOCIATION (AAIA) initiative.
ARIA recommendations (2007)

Made possible through the contribution of a research-based pharmaceutical company, member of Rx&D.