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 and Lung Function Tests
Monitoring your asthma with lung function tests is important because you may not always be able to tell -- just from your symptoms -- whether your asthma is under control.
Allergy Shots for Asthma
If you suffer with allergies and asthma, allergy shots may help decrease your sensitivity to allergy triggers.
Asthma Treatments for Children
Find out more about asthma treatments used in children, including nebulizers, inhalers, and more.
Asthma and Flu
If you have asthma, getting the flu can be particularly dangerous. Find out more about how the flu can affect asthma.
WebMD explains the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of adult-onset asthma.
Nocturnal Asthma (Nighttime Asthma)
Nighttime, or nocturnal, asthma can be severe. WebMD explains possible causes and treatments.
Asthma & Allergies: the Warning Signs of Asthma
WebMD's guide to reducing the severity of an asthma attack -- or preventing one altogether. Know your personal warning signs of asthma.
Smoking and Asthma
Smoke from cigars, cigarettes, and pipes harms your body in many ways, but it is especially harmful to the lungs of a person with asthma. Find out why from WebMD.
How to Use a Dry Powder Inhaler Rotadisk
WebMD provides tips and instructions for using a Rotadisk inhaler, also called a dry powder inhaler, to treat asthma.