Emergency Asthma Treatment
Knowing the symptoms of an asthma attack, how to monitor your asthma, and when to seek asthma emergency treatment could save your life.
Asthma in Children at School
In order to help control asthma in children at school, parents need to work closely with the school’s staff and their child. Find out how.
Allergy Shots for Asthma
If you suffer with allergies and asthma, allergy shots may help decrease your sensitivity to allergy triggers.
What Are the Symptoms of Asthma?
WebMD helps you recognize asthma symptoms, including early signs of an asthma attack.
Infections and Asthma
WebMD explores the link between asthma and infections, such as pneumonia, flu, cold, and sinus infections.
Managing Your Child's Asthma at School
If your child has asthma, it's important that his school knows how to recognize and treat symptoms. WebMD explains how to put together an asthma action plan to make sure your child is safe at school.
When Should I Use My Inhaler?
Make sure you're taking your asthma medicine correctly. What's the difference between a control inhaler and a rescue inhaler? Do you need both?
Asthma Attack Symptoms and Warning Signs
Just before an attack, you may notice changes that can tip you off. You may be able to stop the episode or keep it from getting bad.
Asthma Relief and Natural Remedies
Pay attention to your body and your surroundings, so you aren't surprised by a sudden asthma attack. Ease your mind with a plan for when one happens.
Browse these asthma organization’s web sites to further broaden your understanding of asthma and seek the most effective ways to breathe easier and be active.