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Presents the full range of asthma medicines: when they're used, how they work and their side effects. It also includes some helpful med tips.
Most asthma patients take inhaled asthma medicine. Determine which type of inhaler is right for you by reading this informative article.
Researchers are always working to develop new asthma medicines. See this short article on new therapies under development or recently approved.
Easy-to-read summary of asthma treatment guidelines. Read details on how your asthma medicine works to help manage your condition.
Take a look at the basics of asthma, including symptoms, triggers and the use of asthma medicine to control or prevent symptoms.
National Jewish Medical and Research Center
Managing your asthma medicines takes some planning and organization. Use these tips and you'll stay on top of your treatment.
Use this handy asthma diary to manage your treatment. Track your symptoms, peak flow readings and asthma medicine use.
1 on 1 Health
Your asthma medicine and treatment needs may change over time. Take this self-test to determine whether your treatment regimen needs an update.
Lung Disease Focus
Be a well-informed patient! This general look at the most common types of asthma medicine includes information about their functions and possible side effects.
American Lung Association
Wondering about your asthma medicine options? Consult this comprehensive drug list that includes generic and brand names and potential side effects.
Pregnancy & Asthma
Read important information about asthma control during pregnancy, including advice on asthma medicine safety.
Am. Acad. of Family Physicians
When taking asthma medicine, use other medicines with caution. Read about drugs that may interact with asthma medicine or make asthma symptoms worse.
Findings that certain types of asthma medicine are associated with an increased risk of adverse events.
Clearly summarizes research on natural therapies to complement or replace asthma medicine. Talk to your doctor about whether any of these treatments may help you.
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