Former OSU Buckeye football player helping others live with asthma

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Andrew Moses has played sports his whole life and was an offensive lineman for the OSU Buckeyes from 2005-2009. He helped the Buckeyes win 5 Big Ten Championships and 2 BCS bowl games and the amazing thing about this accomplishment is Andrew did this while having asthma.

Dr.  Sumita Khati is the head of the Cleveland Clinic Asthma Center and she is teaming up with Andrew to try and reach young people suffering with asthma. Fox 8's Stefani Schaefer learned why reaching young asthma patients early is the key to helping them have an active life.

The Lung Wellness & Family Day event takes place Saturday June 4th from 11am-3pm at the Boys & Girls Club located at 6114 Broadway Avenue Cleveland, OH 44127

Click here to learn more about the Cleveland Clinic Asthma Center.


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