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Asthma strikes more young people in certain Utah ZIP codes

A report by the Salt Lake Tribune reveals that children living on the west side of Salt Lake City take more trips to the emergency room and are more likely to "be hospitalized for asthma than those living in the rest of the state." An analysis of data from the Utah Department of Health that was requested by the Tribune shows a stark variance in the number of times kids are hospitalized in relation to the lung disease depending on where they live in the state.

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