Cold weather is a common asthma trigger. But winter doesn’t have to make you worry. These seven strategies can help you prevent asthma attacks this winter.
Controlling your child’s asthma means you need to partner with their pediatrician. Here are 5 tips for developing an asthma action plan.
Home is where … a lot of asthma triggers live. These eight tips will help you reduce indoor asthma triggers when you’re stuck inside.
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.