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Medical Reference Related to Asthma

  1. Developing an Asthma Action Plan

    Developing an Asthma Action Plan for yourself and/or loved ones is an effective way to manage asthma symptoms and prevent asthma emergencies.

  2. Asthma in Children: Symptoms and Risk Factors

    Recognizing and treating asthma in children from WebMD.

  3. Asthma in Children: Asthma Treatments

    Based on your child's history and the severity of asthma, his or her doctor will develop a care plan, called an "asthma action plan."

  4. Asthma Nebulizers (Breathing Machine)

    How to use a home nebulizer to treat asthma is discussed.

  5. Asthma in Children: 12 Questions to Ask Your Doctor

    Your child’s doctor is a vital resource for all your questions about asthma in children. Yet it’s easy to forget the important things when you’re in the doctor’s office. Here’s a list of key questions to ask about asthma in children. Print it and bring it to your child’s next doctor’s appointment.

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