Puffers are becoming as common as sandwiches in school backpacks. Asthma is a lung condition that affects millions of people, including 13% of Canadian kids. People with asthma may cough, wheeze, or have trouble breathing. The Lung Association is committed to supporting those affected by this chronic inflammatory disease and helping them to live their best life. Here you will find the ‘need to know’ info on asthma such as diagnosis, treatments, and triggers. You will also find some practical suggestions for managing it effectively. Learn about asthma and make the most of your breath!
MEDICATIONS ARE USUALLY NEEDED for asthma, even if it’s mild asthma. New asthma medications are continually being discovered and there are several effective asthma drugs in the market that help get asthma under control.
WORK-RELATED ASTHMA is a serious breathing disease that is caused by or made worse (exacerbated) by something in your workplace. Learn more about this specific type of asthma, and find out how you can take action to protect your breath.
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