Children with asthma too often keep quiet during doctor’s office visits and let their parents speak for them, studies say.

This can sometimes lead to a disconnect. Parents may describe their child’s asthma symptoms or quality of life in worse terms than they actually are.

It’s important that children be active participants – alongside their parents – when going to the doctor and “talk freely” about their asthma.


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