Asthma and Lung Function Tests
WebMD explains lung function tests used to diagnose and monitor asthma.
Asthma and Flu
If you have asthma, getting the flu can be particularly dangerous. WebMD explains how the flu can affect asthma.
Hypoxia and Hypoxemia
When your body doesn't have enough oxygen, you could get hypoxemia or hypoxia. These are dangerous conditions.
Bronchial Thermoplasty for Asthma
Bronchial thermoplasty is a treatment for severe asthma that uses gentle heat to shrink the smooth muscles in your lungs. It opens your airways and makes it easier to breathe.
Is There A Natural Cure for Asthma?
Is there a natural cure for asthma? Learn more from WebMD about what can and can't help you manage your disease.
Quick Answers to Your Asthma Questions
Looking for some quick answers to your asthma questions? WebMD has it covered.
The workplace can be hazardous for people with allergies. Learn more from WebMD about occupational asthma.
Nocturnal Asthma (Nighttime Asthma)
Nighttime, or nocturnal, asthma can be severe. WebMD explains possible causes and treatments.
Unusual Asthma Symptoms
Learn more from WebMD about unusual asthma symptoms that may point to other health conditions.
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.