What to do if your child has asthma?

Answer Asthma is a disease that causes the tubes that carry air in and out of the lungs to become swollen and sore. Because these tubes are smaller in children than in adults, asthma is an even more seri... Read More »

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How to Help a Child With Asthma?

Parents and other childcare workers are not always sure how they can help children with asthma. There is a lot of information out there and you can become confused quickly when trying to sort throu... Read More »

How Does Asthma Affect a Child?

Asthma is marked by narrowing and swelling in an individual's airways. The respiratory disease has many effects on children, which when it affects them is referred to as pediatric, or childhood, as... Read More »

Signs & Symptoms of Child Asthma?

A chronic lung disease affecting both children and adults, asthma causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways, called bronchi. Asthma can impede breathing, and is considered incurable yet mana... Read More »

Should you see an allergy doctor about your child's asthma?

Answer Yes you should. For both asthma and allergies, a doctor in general practice may not recognize allergies. Some doctors do recognize and treat allergies while others do not. An allergist (some... Read More »