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Should I tell my child's school about breathing disorders?

Since most breathing disorders need constant treatment, it's important to tell your child's school about your child's breathing disorder. For example, children who are have severe asthma attacks may be at risk of losing their lives. This disease causes a blockage of the airways. If your child's school knows this is the case, the teachers and staff members can keep a watchful eye on your child to determine if emergency treatment is necessary

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