The things that set off an asthma attack are different for each person. Learn how to identify your personal triggers so you can avoid them and take control of your condition.
What triggers asthma is different for each person, from pollen to pets and even exercise. The underlying causes are likely both genetics and exposures.
Asthma attacks are preventable if you know your specific triggers. Learn how an asthma action plan can help and when to see a doctor.
Asthma involves an abnormal immune response. Learn how infection, allergies, and other factors alter the immune system and increase asthma risks.
Asthma as a possible risk factor for lung cancer has received much attention. Learn about the studies, role in never smokers, and how to reduce risk.
Getting an asthma diagnosis in your infant can be difficult. Learn about the similarities and differences between infant asthma and adult asthma.
Asthma and food allergies are closely linked and may lead to a life-threatening emergency. Learn about the connection and managing both conditions.
Learn about the relationship between asthma and pneumonia, and possible treatment options.
Having a cold and asthma can make asthma symptoms harder to control, turning an otherwise mild respiratory infection into a serious medical event.
Nocturnal asthma is one of the most common asthma types, with the symptoms happening at night. Learn about its risks and treatment strategies.
Learn about the different types of natural remedies for asthma, including diet, acupuncture, yoga, herbs, and more.