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Ground-level ozone and other air pollutants can trigger asthma flare-ups. But there are steps you can take to minimize your child's exposure.
Sometimes, the weather can affect a child's asthma symptoms. Here are some tips for dealing with it.
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.
Many kids with asthma have symptoms when they exercise. But with careful management, they usually can do anything their peers can do.
An asthma flare-up (or asthma attack) is when asthma symptoms get worse, making kids wheeze, cough, or be short of breath. An asthma flare-up can happen even when asthma is controlled. Asthma flare-ups can be handled, but it's even better if you can prevent them from happening.
Breathing in someone else's secondhand smoke is hazardous to our health. Find out what you can do about it.