Allergy- and Asthma-Proof Your Home
Learn more from WebMD about making your home as allergy- and asthma-proof as possible.
Controlling Asthma Triggers
The most important thing you can do to prevent asthma is to control asthma triggers. WebMD shows you how.
Asthma tests are necessary not only to confirm that you have asthma but also to help determine its severity and your asthma triggers.
Living with Asthma
Get tips about asthma and its link with stress, anxiety, and smoking.
Learn what your doctor will do when making an asthma diagnosis.
Health Conditions That Mimic Asthma
Learn about other health conditions that have symptoms that mimic asthma. Find out how to tell if you have asthma or something else.
Asthma Risk Factors
Some of the risk factors for asthma may surprise you. Find out more about what things can trigger an asthma attack.
Lung Function Tests for Asthma
To diagnose asthma or other lung problems, your doctor may perform lung function or pulmonary function tests. Learn more.
Confused about choosing an asthma specialist? Learn about the different doctors who treat asthma.
Asthma in Children - Medications
Medication does not cure asthma. However, it is an important part of managing the condition. Medications for asthma treatment are used to: Prevent and control the underlying airway inflammation to minimize long - term lung damage.Decrease the severity, frequency, and duration of asthma attacks.Treat the attacks as they occur.Asthma medications are divided into two groups: those for prevention and