RAMP Digest, May 16, 2013



Promote Asthma Awareness Month with a Wide Variety of Resources, Tools, and Materials

Register Now for Webinar to Learn About Creating Exceptional Learning Environments with Comprehensive IAQ Management; 5/21

Webinar to Highlight Findings from New California Asthma Data; 5/28

Webinar To Feature Winners of National Environmental Leadership Award in Asthma Management; 5/28


Family Clinic Hiring Community Health Worker for Pediatric Asthma Team in Los Angeles


New Podcast Series Launched: “Conversations for Advancing Action”

CalEPA Releases Communities Environmental Health Screening Tool

Studies and Reports

New Comprehensive Data Report Showcases Burden of Asthma in California

Study Assesses Asthma Care Improvements Associated with Community Coalitions

Study Indicates U.S.-Born Kids Have Higher Prevalence of Asthma and Allergies Than Immigrant Children

Abuse during Childhood and Adolescence Linked to Adult-Onset Asthma in African American Women

American Lung Association Issues “State of the Air” Report for Counties across the U.S.

Air Pollution from Freeways Travels Farther than Previously Understood, New Data Show

Survey Examines Use of Medication in Critically Ill Pediatric Asthma Patients

More Evidence Links Exposure to Air Pollution and Tobacco Smoke to Later Wheezing in Children



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