Risk Reduction Among Young Adults with Asthma in Response to Wildfire Smoke

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Abby Darr
Tamara Odom-Maryon, PhD
Ross J. Bindler, PharmD
Von Walden, PhD
Solmaz Amiri, DDes
Ana G. Rappold, PhD
Julie Postma, PhD

Poor air quality (AQ) from wildfire smoke is associated with increased asthma attacks and emergency department visits.

Young adults are less likely to adhere to AQ alerts than older adults.

This study utilized data collected as part of a 2020 pilot study testing two smartphone application (app) interventions in young adults with asthma compared to a control group.

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