Understanding how and when to take your asthma inhalers is vital to prevent the symptoms of asthma and manage asthma flare-ups.
If you notice the change in seasons is affecting your asthma symptoms, you may be experiencing a type of asthma called seasonal asthma.
There are different subtypes of asthma based on the cause, and allergy-induced asthma is one of the most common forms of asthma.
Asthma and COPD both make breathing difficult, but it can be unclear how they differentiate from each other. Learn more about Asthma vs. COPD here.
How to exercise with asthma focuses on taking the right medication (and other steps) to prevent an asthma attack during exercise.
What does the spring weather mean for your asthma? Here are six helpful ways to cope with asthma in the spring in order to get the most out of the season.
Once you identify factors that cause asthma attacks, you can develop ways to reduce triggers and manage your asthma. Read more about asthma management.
It is commonly believed that adults can outgrow asthma, for others the asthma symptoms never go. What determines if asthma is gone?