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Fortunately, the online asthma community is a robust one. You and your child will find support and expert advice. There are so many great resources designed to help you and your child manage symptoms so they can be safe at home, school and any place else.
Here are some good places to start.
The American Lung Association offers vital information and tips about every aspect of asthma.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) nurtures better health in many ways. Its National Asthma Control Program focuses on Americans diagnosed with the disease. Visit the CDC website for tools and tips.
The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis site reveals how food allergies can trigger asthma symptoms.
The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute lists clinical trials for asthma patients.
We’re here for you, too. Check our Controlling Your Asthma page for a wealth of stories in several categories: Understanding Asthma, Living with Asthma, Understanding Asthma Risks and Asthma Diet and Health.
Originally published 6/16/2015; Revised 2023
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