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11/10/10 4:31 P

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I don't know - think its more a case-by-case issue.

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11/10/10 9:25 A

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I like to do both, but biking can be much harder if it's in a hilly area.

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11/10/10 8:51 A

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Is there a simple, clear cut answer to the question, is one "better than" the other when working out with asthma: bicycling vs. walking? Is one "easier on" asthma, for example, or is that too much a case-by-case question? Thanks for considering!

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