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Rhinitis in children with asthma is difficult to control

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Rhinitis is almost ubiquitous in urban children with asthma, says a study published online September 18, 2018 in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Rhinitis was worse in difficult-to-control than in easy-to-control asthma and its seasonal patterns partially corresponded to those of difficult–to-control asthma. Perennial allergic rhinitis with seasonal exacerbations (PARSE) was the most severe phenotype and most likely to be associated with difficult-to-control asthma.

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