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Figure 1)

Figure 1). From: Opposing trends in the prevalence of health professional-diagnosed asthma by sex: A Canadian National Population Health Survey study.

Participants stratified based on smoking status and cycle of participation

S Ghosh, et al. Can Respir J. 2008 April;15(3):146-152.
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Figure 2)

Figure 2). From: Opposing trends in the prevalence of health professional-diagnosed asthma by sex: A Canadian National Population Health Survey study.

Overall asthma prevalence and prevalence stratified by sex. Prevalences are representative of the 1994/1995 population who reported that they had been diagnosed with asthma by a health professional. No significant differences were observed between asthma prevalences

S Ghosh, et al. Can Respir J. 2008 April;15(3):146-152.
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Figure 3)

Figure 3). From: Opposing trends in the prevalence of health professional-diagnosed asthma by sex: A Canadian National Population Health Survey study.

Asthma prevalence stratified by sex and location. Prevalences are representative of the 1994/1995 population who reported that they had been diagnosed with asthma by a health professional. No significant differences were observed between asthma prevalences for any of the categories

S Ghosh, et al. Can Respir J. 2008 April;15(3):146-152.

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