Here are some tips to help you live a better life.
Being a smoker is an obvious risk for kids and teens with asthma, but just being around people who smoke can cause problems, too.
Learn how to take charge of your asthma and feel great.
Asthma flare-up triggers and prevention
Fortunately, medicine can help. There are two different types of medicines for treating asthma: rescue medications and controller medications.
Asthma medicine comes in two main types: controller medicine and rescue medicine.
Inhalers and nebulizers are two different devices used to deliver rescue or controller asthma medications directly into your lungs.
If you have allergies or asthma, your child is more likely to have it, too, because the tendency to develop these conditions is often inherited.
Keeping track of your asthma using peak flow meter
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Avoid Asthma Triggers. Including things that make you sneeze.
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Avoid Your Child's Asthma Attacks. Keep the child away from potential triggers.
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