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= Why is adult well-being a risk factor?
+ Ways to promote adult well-being: Overview
+ Ways to promote adult well-being: Details
+ Background on adult well-being as a risk factor for asthma
+ Resources for further information on adult well-being

Why is adult well-being a risk factor?

How you feel you are coping with your child's asthma directly affects how your child feels about his/her illness. It is therefore important that you as a caretaker address your worries and concerns. While it is completely natural to be worried about your child, it is important that you focus your attention on things you can do to help your child with his/her asthma.

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