Asthma is a chronic condition that can be controlled. Asthma management is
easier than in the past, thanks to new medications and a greater understanding
of what causes the condition.
This step-by-step guide will help people with asthma lead normal lives and
avoid emergency situations.
A new type of drug: IgE inhibitor
Asthma and aging
Asthma fast facts
Children age 5 and under
Drug delivery devices: Metered dose inhalers
Drug delivery devices: Dry powder inhalers
Drug delivery devices: nebulizers
Drug treatment: Long-term control drugs
Drug treatment: Quick-relief drugs
Inhaler propellants will be changing
School & asthma: Have a management plan
School & asthma: Physical activity
School & asthma: Questions to ask
School & asthma: Student access to medications
What's your asthma story?
Action plan: Signs only
Action plan: Peak flow
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