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  1. Asthma on Campus

    College can pose challenges for the student with asthma. New and unfamiliar living quarters, school and social stresses, and other factors can trigger a flare-up.

  2. Asthma: Dealing With Your Child's School

    Research shows that informed, supportive teachers and staff can play a big role in helping students manage their asthma.

  3. Score an A+ With Your Child’s Asthma Action Plan

    The best way to prepare the school staff to meet your child’s needs is to develop an asthma action plan.

  4. What Is Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm?

    Exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB) used to be called exercise-induced asthma. The term bronchospasm means tightening and narrowing of the tubes that bring air in and out of your lungs.

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