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Poor treatment adherence and persistent triggers are often the most common causes of severe asthma.
Eosinophils are associated with so many different conditions. Learn how this type of white blood cell has become a crucial marker in medicine.
Nasal brush tests may help diagnose asthma by identifying a specific set of genes. Read about the research behind this test and how it may affect future treatments.
Pulmonary function tests are key to diagnosing and managing lung conditions like asthma in children. Here are a few reasons why your child might need them.
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.