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Asthma revealed as Wagga's most common chronic illness by ABS census data

Monty Jacka
By Monty Jacka
Updated June 29 2022 - 8:13pm, first published 7:00pm
VENTOLIN: Charles Sturt University researcher Bruce Graham, pictured in 2020, said people with allergies to dry grass pollen often have their asthma triggered when in the Wagga region. Picture: Kenji Sato

More than a third of Wagga residents are living their lives with a diagnosed long-term health condition, with asthma proving the most prevalent in the region.

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Monty Jacka

Monty Jacka

Journalist

Monty is a journalist at The Daily Advertiser in Wagga. He can be reached at m.jacka@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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