Does your child have exercise-induced asthma?

Does you child wheeze, cough, or seem very out of breath after exercise?  He or she may have exercise-induced asthma (or exercise induced bronchoconstriction).  This is relatively common condition, and one that if addressed correctly should allow your child to tolerate exercise and continue to play sports. First step is to see your physician and make the diagnosis. Albuterol (ProAir,

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Is your asthma out of control?

ASTHMA  Asthma is characterized by several symptoms, most notably cough, wheeze, or shortness of breath.  It is not a static condition, but rather a continuum, changing with your body and the environment around you.  There can be various triggers to asthma, including allergies, respiratory infections, strong scents/perfumes, smoke/pollutants, and exercise.   When well-controlled, you should be able to do everything

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