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  • Here’s yet another reason why families should not only stick together, but continue to bond with one another. 1 / 6

  • There’s a new study that suggests strong family relationships may benefit children suffering from asthma. 2 / 6

  • As a matter of fact, positive family relationships may help many children maintain good asthma management behaviors, even when facing difficult neighborhood conditions. 3 / 6

  • Neighborhood environmental conditions, which include allergens and pollutants, can play an important role in a child’s development. 4 / 6

  • A recent study found that the stronger the family bond, the more likely a child’s asthma conditions can be controlled. 5 / 6

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