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Asthma Health Center

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  1. Prednisone and Asthma

    Find out from WebMD how corticosteroid drugs like prednisone help treat asthma and other lung diseases -- and the consequences of long-term use.

  2. Adult-Onset Asthma

    WebMD explains the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of adult-onset asthma.

  3. Nebulizers: Home and Portable

    Both home and portable nebulizers are effective asthma treatments. WebMD describes and explains the uses and benefits of both types.

  4. Daily Asthma Diary

    WebMD provides you with a printable asthma diary to help you track your symptoms.

  5. Pregnancy and Asthma

    WebMD tells you what you need to know about pregnancy and asthma.

  6. Exercise-Induced Asthma

    Some forms of exercise are likelier than others to trigger asthma symptoms. Learn more from WebMD about preventing symptoms before, during, and after a workout.

  7. Aspirin and Other Drugs That May Trigger Asthma

    Aspirin and other drugs may trigger asthma symptoms. Find out from WebMD what you need to know to prevent an drug-induced asthma attack.

  8. Asthma and Smoking

    Smoking and asthma don't go together. WebMD gives you tips on giving up smoking.

  9. Stress and Asthma

    Discover the connection between stress and asthma. Also learn how controlling stress may help reduce asthma symptoms.

  10. Keeping an Asthma Diary

    Monitor your asthma management and symptoms with a daily asthma diary. Find out what you should record.

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