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Racial disparities in asthma prevalence and severity can be attributed to socioeconomic and environmental risks, rather than to genetic or biologic factors.
If you have asthma that doesn't respond to conventional therapies, it could be because one of these conditions is the root cause of your breathing troubles.
Research shows that the severity of asthma, including hospitalizations and mortality, are higher for women than men.
Learn how to assess your asthma symptoms to help you decide when you should call your doctor or when you should decide to go to the emergency room.
Asthma attacks can be caused by many different factors including weather and stress. Learn to identify and avoid these triggers to help prevent asthma attacks.
Many things that can set off an asthma attack. Here’s how to figure out what’s causing the problem and how to get the right treatment.
A spirometry test measures how much air flows in and out of your lungs and can be used to confirm whether you have asthma or another disease.
In honor of asthma and allergy awareness month, here are 15 asthma facts I learned from the book 'Fatal Asthma.'