Asthma: Taking Charge of Your Asthma
During an asthma attack,the airways swell and narrow. This makes it hard to breathe. Asthma is a lifelong problem,but it does not have to limit you. If you take charge of your asthma,you can lead a full and active life. There are two parts to taking charge of asthma: Controlling asthma over the long term. You and your doctor can make a daily treatment plan that helps reduce the swelling ...
Theophylline for Long-Term Control of Asthma
Drug details for Theophylline for long-term control of asthma.
Non allergens that Trigger Asthma: Medications
Medications can trigger ashtma attacks .
Metered Dose Inhalers for Asthma
Learn how to use a metered dose inhaler with a spacer chamber and mask for asthma symptoms.
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
Learn how to manage your child's asthma while he or she is at school.
What Are the Symptoms of Asthma?
Learn about the symptoms of asthma, including early signs of an asthma attack and what to do if you have one.
Allergy Shots for Asthma
If you suffer with allergies and asthma, allergy shots may help decrease your sensitivity to allergy triggers.
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.
Asthma Treatments for Children
Find out more about asthma treatments used in children, including nebulizers, inhalers, and more.