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Today is World Asthma Day. We hope you will join us in our efforts to raise awareness about asthma. Over 24 million people in the US and over 330 million worldwide have asthma. Sadly, in the US, there are still 10 deaths per day due to asthma, and most of those fatalities are preventable. 

Here are some quick awareness messages and asthma facts that you can Tweet to spread awareness for #WorldAsthmaDay:

  1. There is no cure for #asthma. Best way to manage is avoid triggers, take meds to prevent symptoms & prepare to treat attacks. @AAFANational TweetThis

  2. Common #asthma symptoms are coughing, shortness of breath, wheezing and chest tightness. @AAFANational TweetThis

  3. I control my #asthma so it doesn’t control me. via @AAFANational Tweet This

  4. Climate change will make #asthma, #allergies worse; find out what you can do now. via @AAFANational Tweet This

  5. What’s a top cause for children missing school? #Asthma! #1in10 kids has it. #AsthmaFacts via @AAFANational TweetThis

  6. I’m #Ready4Asthma! Carrying my quick-relief inhaler everywhere today & everyday! via @AAFANational TweetThis

  7. Showering at night removes pollen from your hair before you go to bed. #dontsleepwithpollen via @AAFANational TweetThis

  8. An asthma attack feels like your world is about to end. @RashadJennings and AAFA help kids exercise safely at #AsthmaFacts via @AAFANational TweetThis

  9. 5 steps to exercise safely with #asthma—featuring @RashadJennings. #TackleAsthma at #AsthmaFacts via @AAFANational TweetThis

  10. How do you ‪#‎TackleAsthma? See + #AsthmaFacts via @AAFANational for our playbook & upload photos to show us how you tackle asthma. TweetThis

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