Occupational
& Environmental
Medicine
College of Human Medicine

DO YOU HAVE WORK-RELATED ASTHMA?

Exposure to over 300 known substances at work can cause Work-Related Asthma and the list continues to grow. Even very low levels of exposure to some of these substances can cause asthma.

Exposure to many other substances at work can be triggers that can make your pre-existing asthma worse.

Asthma from both types of exposures is called Work-Related Asthma.

Talk with a Specialist About Work-Related Asthma

Call Kenneth D. Rosenman, MD
Chief of the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Michigan State University

Call +1-800-446-7805

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Print out the above resources and discuss signs and symptoms of work-related asthma with a primary care doctor today.

Visit our main Asthma page to learn more about work-related asthma and our Michigan-wide asthma surveillance program.