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As I can attest from my own experience, asthma is a very irritating condition to live with. It often prevents one from taking part in sports and other strenuous activities and can have a negative effect on the general quality of one's life. However, if a treatment plan that is medically approved is followed then this disease can be managed and controlled to have a minimal impact on one's life. On the other hand, if one does not take the symptoms of asthma seriously and if a good management plan is not implemented, then asthma can become more than just an irritation and can lead to serious health impairment and even

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IgE or Immunoglobulin E, is "…a class of immunoglobulins that includes the antibodies elicited by an allergic substance (allergen)." http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=21070

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