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Results of this new study provide evidence for the idea that some of these patients can “outgrow” their severe asthma while on proper treatment.
Is your family ready to say goodbye to seasonal allergies now that spring and summer have passed? Not so fast. Unfortunately, for many, the approaching autumn doesn’t mean relief from sneezing. Instead, it marks a new array of allergy triggers.
If you have vocal cord dysfunction, the vocal cords close whenyou breathe in, blocking most air flow and causing shortness of breath, which is classically confused with asthma.
The coronavirus pandemic is scary for all people, but for those with asthma, many fear they will have a worse outcome or be more likely to get COVID-19. Learn more about what people with asthma should -- and should not -- do.
Summer is prime time for asthma triggers such as grass pollen and smog. Learn how to manage your child's summer allergies and asthma.
People with vocal cord dysfunction (VCD) often think they have asthma because the symptoms and triggers can be similar. Worse, people have both VCD and asthma. Learn the difference between these two conditions and what you should do.
A cough here, a wheeze there. Most children have respiratory illnesses every now and then. But for one in 12 kids, these symptoms are a sign of something more significant: childhood asthma.
Burning wood in your fireplace all winter may feel nostalgic and keep you warm, but smoke from those fires can also cause health problems.