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Refer to this nice site for all the details on asthma prevention and treatment. This resource is a nice complement to the National Asthma Program guidelines.
The National Asthma Education program encourages patients to take an active role in their treatment. Use the example here so that you can keep track of what is and isn't working.
Some patients worry about the safety of inhaled corticosteroids, but the National Asthma Program supports their use. Read about this drug to treat asthma here.
Here it is! Check out all the information you need to take advantage of the recommendations found in the the National Asthma Program.
Take this quiz; you'll have a nice addition to your National Asthma Education program-guided discussions with your physician. Are you doing as well as you think?
National Heart Lung and Blood Institute
Want to read every word put together by the National Asthma Program's expert panel? Get your glasses and get started here.
View this nice National Asthma Program presentation to better understand how schools can be healthier places for kids with asthma.
The National Asthma Program has issued guidelines on asthma management. Read on to find out what your doctor should be doing.
Clear and easy to use, this checklist from the National Asthma Program will help your child care provider create an asthma-friendly setting for your little one. Print it out and share it today!
That's what you'll be able to share with your provider if you fill out this survey! While not from the National Asthma Education program, this questionnaire can guide your next treatment discussion.
How Stuff Works
As the National Asthma Education guidelines attest, taking your medication isn't all you can do to control your asthma. From exercise to spring cleaning, you'll find useful tips here.
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