Carter – I’m toughter than asthma


J616.238 C


Personal Author:

Carter, Alden R.


I’m tougher than asthma! / Alden R. Carter and Siri M. Carter ; photographs by Dan Young.

Publication info:

Morton Grove, IL : A. Whitman, 1996.

Physical description:

unpaged : col. photos


A young girl describes what it is like to live with asthma, how this condition affects the body, some of the things that trigger an attack, and what can be done to avoid problems.

Subject term:

Asthma–Juvenile literature.




asthma, children’s, health, help, informative, overcoming, questions and answers, special needs


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One response to “Carter – I’m toughter than asthma

  1. One of the main side effects of steroids is weight gain.
    Your doctor most likely has you on steroids because he feels your asthma cannot be adequately controlled with an inhaler alone.
    If you are concerned about the side effects you’re experiencing, I encourage you to talk with your doctor about other treatment options for your asthma.

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