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Asthma Sufferers Have More Control Using Smart Inhalers

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“That movement holds great promise because it combines traditional medical record keeping and public health surveillance with data mining and mobile phone technologies. Together these tools produce deep, up-to-date reports that can benefit patients and medical researchers, as well as public health and environmental authorities, all at the same time.”


“Asthma Statistics – AAAI.org.” The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Web 2 June 2015


“Smart inhalers may help find asthma hotpsots – Courier-Journal.com.” The Courier Journal. Web 2 June 2015

“Small Gadgets That Make You Healthier – ScientificAmerican.com.” Scientific American. Web 2 June 2015

Joanne Sgro-Killworth is a Television Fitness Expert, Certified Personal Trainer and Sport Nutritionist and Publicist. She is Certified in Pilates, Pre-natal/Post-Partum, Yoga and Senior Fitness. She specializes in Weight Loss, Post-Rehab and Post Cancer Training.

Joanne's fitness plans, recipes and lifestyle advice are available globally on her website http://www.happiwoman.com/ She resides in the Phoenix, AZ area with her husband and children, where she runs her fitness and publicity business, JSK PR, http://www.jskpr.com/

Reviewed June 3, 2015
by Michele Blacksberg RN
Edited by Jody Smith

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