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Newly Diagnosed 
The doctor said “asthma” and all you heard were snippets after that; shock and fear took over. Later, you’re left dazed and confused after receiving well-meaning advice from family and friends and surfing the Internet. Never fear, help is here!
Asthma is a disease with 1,000 faces – different for every person. Why does it happen? How is it treated? Find answers here.
Itchy eyes? Sneezy nose? Scratchy skin? It might be you’re allergic to something in your world. Find out more.
Asthma medications come in a dizzying array of inhalers, pills and liquids. Here’s what you need to know to use them properly
Babies and Toddlers
This section helps you identify respiratory problems in children under 5.
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 Medications: http://www.aanma.org/faqs/medications/
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