If you’ve ever had your face covered with a ski mask, you know how it can be an uncomfortable experience.
But a new study from Harvard researchers suggests that skates may actually be the best choice for people with asthma, autoimmune diseases and other conditions.
The study looked at how well a patient who had asthma, an autoimmune disease, or other conditions could handle a skateboard.
While most people skate, it’s a lot easier to do than to sit in a chair.
But the study found that people with conditions like asthma and autoimmune diseases were able to skate better than people without those conditions.
And that’s good news for skateboarding enthusiasts, who typically skate indoors or outside, where it’s more difficult to maintain your balance.
So, is it a bad idea to try out a skates-free version of your favorite game?
But according to the researchers, there are some health benefits to the idea.
The researchers found that while skating may help to control asthma symptoms, asthma-related symptoms were not significantly improved after skateboarding.
The best part, they said, is that people who get asthma can use skateboarding as a tool to control their symptoms and improve their quality of life.
“The evidence is quite clear that asthma is a very disabling condition,” said Dr. Paul M. Zimbardo, an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and lead author of the study.
“It’s a chronic, life-threatening condition.”
Zimbzo and his colleagues conducted their study using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), which includes information on asthma, allergies, heart disease and other health conditions.
They also included data on people’s overall health and activity levels.
The researchers found there was no significant difference between people who skate and people who sit, but the researchers noted that skating was associated with a lower risk of heart disease.
So people who skated were at higher risk of being at high risk for heart disease, and their risk of death was also higher, the researchers wrote.
The studies findings, published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, are the first to investigate whether skateboarding can help people who have asthma or other health problems, the authors wrote.
People with asthma and other allergies, as well as people who smoke and drink, have lower lung function and may have a higher risk for lung cancer.
“A lot of asthma is an autoimmune condition,” Zimbola said.
“In our study, we were interested in the effects of skateboarding on the immune system, and we found that skateboarding actually increased the amount of antibodies to asthma in people with a chronic disease.
That was not a problem with sitting in a wheelchair, but it was a problem for people who had a chronic respiratory disease, like asthma.”
The researchers said the data shows that skateboards are not just for the skater.
They’re an effective alternative for people in other situations as well.
“When you go outside, you can’t do it very often,” Zimbo said.
That’s because you need to be able to walk or cycle.
And while skating is a great way to get around indoors, it also takes a lot of energy.
“I think it is important to understand that this study is not meant to make the case that skateboarding is an ‘if only,’ it is not the ‘if’ that we need to adopt,” Zima said.
Instead, the research shows that the benefits are so great that it makes sense to use skateboards.
“People who have this kind of condition have a lot to live for.
They don’t have time to sit down and skate, they don’t even have time for an hour a day.
This is the best thing that we can do for them.”
Zimba said there are a few health benefits that skate riding can bring to people with serious asthma.
“There are a lot more things that we do to regulate the immune systems,” he said.
It’s good to be reminded of how important it is to regulate your own immune system and not rely on outside help.
Zimzo and Zimboto say their study is the first study to look at the effects that skating and asthma have on the body.
The findings also may help explain why people who use skates have better overall health, they added.