Asthma is more prevalent in rural New South Wales than metropolitan Victoria, Australia.

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OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to compare the prevalence of adult respiratory symptoms and conditions in a rural setting with a metropolitan setting. METHODOLOGY We used cross-sectional population surveys of respiratory health using the European Respiratory Health Survey screening questionnaire. A random sample of 4455 eligible young adults aged 20… (More)

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@article{Woods2000AsthmaIM, title={Asthma is more prevalent in rural New South Wales than metropolitan Victoria, Australia.}, author={Rosalie K Woods and Deborah L Burton and Cathryn Leisa Wharton and Geoff H McKenzie and E Haydn Walters and Elizabeth Jean Comino and Michael J Abramson}, journal={Respirology}, year={2000}, volume={5 3}, pages={257-63} }