Many cleaning products can cause allergies and asthma to flare. Make your own simple solutions for better indoor air.
Put down that rescue inhaler. People with severe, persistent asthma may be eligible for new treatment called bronchial thermoplasty.
As a parent, you are your child’s best advocate. Learn how to help your pediatrician develop the best treatment plan.
You know it's cold when one step outside takes your breath away—literally. But for those with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or other lung disease, the bitter cold can mean more trouble than a quick gasp for air.
You can’t change the air quality of the world outside, but you can clear the air in your own home. Get tips on everything from pets to vacuums.
Does your child have asthma? Get answers to common questions about medications, proper inhaler use and what you can do to help at home.
From October through March, if you find yourself catering to a kid with a cold, pay special attention to recurrent wheezing.
Ask questions and get answers about sleep disorders and obesity in your teen from Cleveland Clinic physicians during a live webchat Monday, Oct. 1, 2012, at noon (ET).
Studies show that the breathing disorder is more common among Olympians and other elite athletes than the general population.