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Dr. Enright’s Asthma Message Board

WebMD’s asthma specialist Paul Enright, MD, understands. Dr. Enright can help you figure out asthma triggers, manage asthma medications, and understand what to do in case of an asthma attack.

For more information, see Dr. Enright’s Asthma Message Board.

Dr. Enright’s Asthma FAQs

Dr. Enright has answers to your frequently asked asthma questions. Check out his asthma FAQs with helpful tips on allergies and asthma, allergic asthma, asthma and allergy testing, asthma and pets, exercise induced asthma, nighttime asthma, and more.

Go here to read more of Dr. Enright’s Asthma FAQs.

WebMD’s Asthma Support Group

You’ll find compassion and support from people with asthma who are experiencing the same problems as you. WebMD’s asthma support group will help you get personal advice and practical tips from others who live with the symptoms of asthma.

To get asthma support, see WebMD’s Asthma Support Group.

Asthma in Young Children

Need to learn more about asthma in young children? This article on the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America’s web site will help you understand why some infants and toddlers are more likely to get symptoms of asthma.

Click here for in-depth information on asthma in young children.

Get Mold and Pollen Counts

Do your asthma symptoms increase during times of high mold or pollen? Many people with asthma find that seasons and the weather greatly influence their asthma control. 

Check out this pollen and mold count tool on the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology’s web site.

Finding Support From Asthma Organizations

WebMD’s Asthma Guide provides you with the latest medical findings on how to live well with asthma. But there are also excellent asthma organizations that can help you find information on everything from clinical trials to patient advocacy. Browse these asthma organization’s web sites to even further broaden your understanding of asthma and seek the most effective ways to breathe easier.


WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Luqman Seidu, MD on May 18, 2014
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