Adult-onset asthma is more common — and more serious — than you may think. Find out why asthma hits adults harder thank kids. Learn which symptoms to watch for and how to control your asthma.
Controlling your child’s asthma means you need to partner with their pediatrician. Here are 5 tips for developing an asthma action plan.
Fires are cozy, but they can cause lung problems if you have a history of lung disease. From using the right wood to newer inserts, get tips for minimizing your risk.
Home is where … a lot of asthma triggers live. These eight tips will help you reduce indoor asthma triggers when you’re stuck inside.
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Schools and classrooms may have environmental allergens such as pollen, mold and dust mites. These allergy and asthma triggers can cause adverse reactions in kids. Learn how to help your child against these common allergens.
What’s the best way to clean up mold after a flood if you’ve got asthma related to a mold allergy? Our expert offers five tips.
With coronavirus, it’s especially important this cold and flu season to make sure you’re managing your child’s asthma and allergies symptoms.
Keeping the air quality high in your home, car and workplace is important for your health. Find out how to minimize indoor air pollution.
Setting up a humidifier can improve breathing and reduce lung problems. Learn if you need a humidifier and the five types available.
Exercise and asthma might seem to mix like oil and water, but there are ways to do it safely — and outside, too! Learn eight tips for preventing exercise-induced asthma attacks and what to do if, despite your best efforts, you find yourself in the middle of one.