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Risk Factors for Poorly Controlled Asthma Among Adults with Asthma

Risk Factors

Among adults, uncontrolled asthma is associated with being a '''current or former smoker''', being '''obese''', and having '''chronic obstructive pulmonary disease''' or '''depression'''.^1^ Also, '''work-related''' asthma is associated with poorer asthma control than non-work-related asthma.^2^ 1. Zahran HS, Bailey CM, et al. (2015). Assessing asthma control and associated risk factors among persons with current asthma: findings from the child and adult Asthma Call-back Survey, ''Journal of Asthma'', 52:3, 318-326. 2. Dodd KE, Mazurek JM (2018). Asthma medication use among adults with current asthma by work-related asthma status, Asthma Call-back Survey, 29 states, 2012-2013, ''Journal of Asthma'', 55:4, 364-372.

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