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Latex Allergy and Asthma
Latex allergies are becoming more prevalent. Find out if you're at risk of developing a latex allergy, and how to cope if you do have a latex allergy.
Deep Brain Stimulation Treatments for Asthma?
Recent research has shown that DBS may be a promising treatment for asthma. Read on to learn what DBS is and how you can help support this and other asthma research projects.
Asthma in Babies and Children
Over 10 million babies and children in the U.S. are diagnosed with asthma each year. Learn what to watch for and how asthma's treated in babies and children.
How to Keep an Asthma Diary
An asthma diary can be an invaluable tool to help you and your doctor spot trends and patterns in your asthma symptoms. Learn how to keep an asthma diary!
Is it Asthma or Bronchitis?
At times it can be hard to determine if you have asthma or bronchitis. Read on to learn about the differences between these conditions and possible tests and treatments!
Bronchial Thermoplasty for Asthma Treatment
Severe asthmatics may benefit from Broncho Thermoplasty. Read on to find out what Broncho Thermoplasty is, how it's done, the benefits and risks,and where to find doctors authorized to perform this asthma treatment.
Asthma and GERD
GERD, also known as acid reflux, can have a serious affect on asthma. Find out how GERD can make asthma worse, and what you can do to avoid acid reflux.
Fragrance and Odor Asthma Triggers
Fragrances and strong odors can be harmful asthma triggers. Learn how to effectively alleviate fragrance and odor sensitivities to control your asthma.
Famous people, around the world, have coped with asthma. Even so, they went on to complete their missions in life. Look over this list and look for ways to fulfill your life's potential, in spite of asthma.
AAFA Asthma Capitals for 2011
Here's a list of the top 10 asthma capitals in the U.S. for 2011. Learn why doctors don't typically advise their patients to move to a new place to cope with their asthma.
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