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Medical Reference Related to Asthma

  1. Your Job and Occupational Asthma

    Occupational asthma is a respiratory disease caused by exposure to a trigger in the workplace. Learn more from WebMD about work-related asthma.

  2. Asthma Relief and Self-Care

    WebMD offers strategies for managing your asthma - from keeping a diary to using relaxation techniques.

  3. Severe Asthma Attacks

    Learn more from WebMD about asthma attacks, which can be life-threatening and require immediate treatment.

  4. Bronchial Asthma

    Learn more from WebMD about bronchial asthma, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.

  5. Asthma Support

    Having a chronic disease like asthma requires all the support you can get. WebMD shows you where to find it.

  6. 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.

  7. Adult-Onset Asthma

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

  8. Asthma and Diet

    WebMD explores the connection between diet and asthma.

  9. Nebulizers: Home and Portable

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

  10. Pregnancy and Asthma

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

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