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Use this printable sheet to help reduce or prevent flare-ups and emergency department visits through day-to-day management of your child's asthma.
Use this weekly diary to record your child's asthma symptoms, peak flows, the amount of medicine taken.
Kids and teens who have asthma can and do play sports. But some activities are better than others - find out more.
Find out how to limit exposure to cockroaches if they make your child's asthma or allergies worse.
If dust mites make your child's asthma or allergies worse, here's how to limit exposure to them.
If strong scents, smoke, and smog make your child's asthma or allergies worse, learn how to limit contact with these irritants.
If mold makes your child's asthma or allergies worse, learn how to limit exposure to it.
If pollen makes your child's asthma or allergies worse, learn how to limit exposure it.
Nebulizers are often used with young children because they require little effort on the child's part. But kids do need to stay in one place and cooperate. If you're having trouble giving treatments, this article is for you!
Asthma control can take a little time and energy to master, but it's worth the effort. Learn more about ways to manage your child's asthma.