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These long-acting medications prevent inflammation and lung injury, and provide asthma control for moderate or severe cases.
Dropping the extra weight and managing stress could be the key to much more effective asthma control.
An overview of the different available medications - some are used chronically for long-term asthma control, and some only for immediate asthma relief.
Improving fitness will improve asthma control - kids who are more fit feel better, breathe easier and need less medication.
Helping your child control asthma takes more than just medication - learn what else is in the doctor-prescribed action plan.
Plan out a strategy for long-term asthma control - talk to your doctor, avoid your triggers and take your medication as prescribed.
How Stuff Works
Taking your medication is not all you can do to control asthma symptoms - check out some helpful tips from clearing out triggers to losing weight.
Asthma Action America
A multiple choice test that can help you determine if you need to change your strategy for asthma control - discuss the results with your doctor.
49 ABC News
Thermal energy treatment can provide asthma control by permanently shrinking muscles that constrict airways during an asthma attack.
Allergy Be Gone
Take a look at some products to help you control asthma symptoms - air filters, hypoallergenic bedding, cleaning supplies and more!
Keeping Kids Healthy
Learn about the kinds of holistic treatments that are available, and how they can complement traditional therapy for better asthma control.
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