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Seven Tips to Quiet an Asthma Cough
Doctors do not recommend cough medicine for asthmatics. Read on for seven natural cough remedies to help you and your kids to have some relief from constant coughing.

RSV and Asthma
RSV can be a dangerous infection for young babies and children. Some have wondered if there is a tie between an RSV infection and later development of asthma. Read on to find results of the latest research, and what you should do if you suspect your child has RSV.

Proper Inhaler Technique
Proper asthma inhaler technique can mean the difference between asthma that is controlled, or asthma that is unstable. Read on for tips on how to get the most from your metered dose inhaler!

Yoga and Asthma
Many forms of exercise can help strengthen your mind and body, and to cope with asthma. Yoga is one form of exercise that may be a good addition to your asthma management plan. Read more to see how yoga can benefit asthma!

Seven Tips for Asthma Management
Follow these seven tips for better asthma control and higher quality of life in spite of asthma!

Apples and Pears for Asthma
Researchers have found that apples and pears are very healthy for us, and their antioxidant properties can even help with asthma! Read on to find out how apples and pears help asthma.

Asthma Severity Classifications
What does it mean if your asthma is diagnosed as mild intermittent? Read on for an explanation of the four asthma severity classifications, their typical symptoms and treatment.

Safety of Long-Acting Bronchodilators
In recent years, there has been some controversy over the use of long-acting bronchodilators due to issues of health and safety. Read more to find the FDAs recommendation on who should use these asthma medications, and when they should be used.

Asthma and Cockroach Allergies
Allergies to cockroaches can be a major contributor to asthma trouble. Roaches live everywhere, and can even be in your home! Find out how to deal with this common asthma trigger.

Exercise-Induced Asthma
Do you have asthma trouble when you exercise? You may have exercise induced asthma. Read more to find out what you can do in order to have an active lifestyle!

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