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Maybe You Can Keep Your Pet Even if You Have Asthma

Once asthma treatment guidelines are implemented, environmental exposure to pets or secondhand smoke is not a significant factor in asthma control.

By Diane Domina

6 Things That Help Me Control My Asthma Better

Asthma control can be improved with lifestyle changes and possibly some complementary therapies. Learn more simple ways that might help you manage your asthma.

By Marisa Zeppieri-Caruana

Everything You Need to Know About Inhalers

Asthma inhalers have changed significantly over time. Learn more about how inhalers, nebulizers, and mists can deliver specific medications to treat asthma.

By Eli Hendel, M.D.

Pediatric Asthma Yardstick: Childhood Treatment Guidelines

Learn about improved pediatric asthma guidelines that recommend different treatments and medications for children based on more specific age groups.

By Eli Hendel, M.D.

8 Questions Doctors Hear About Severe Asthma

A pulmonologist answers the most popular concerns he hears from patients about how to treat severe asthma.

By Stephanie Stephens

How Much Do You Know About Severe Asthma?

Severe asthma is more difficult to control and causes more symptoms and attacks than other types.

By Stephanie Stephens

Diagnosed With Severe Asthma: Now What?

You’ll likely have a slew of questions like, what makes it severe, how is it treated differently, and where can I find support?

By Stephanie Stephens

Top Asthma Research Studies: What Can They Tell Us?

Learn more about the top asthma research studies that have helped improve treatment and our understanding of the causes and triggers of asthma.

By Lauren Arcuri

Signs You Need to go to the ER for a Severe Asthma Attack

Asthma attacks sometimes require emergency medical care. Learn about these important signs that indicate you should visit an ER instead of waiting.

By Jennifer Mitchell Rackley

New Treatment Reduces Severe Asthma Symptoms

A new treatment for severe asthma, dupilumab, could improve lung function and reduce the need for corticosteroids by as much as 70 percent.

By Diane Domina