Information about the air you breathe, both in general and at home.

2013 Ten Worst Fall Asthma Cities star
Find out which are the top 10 worst U.S. cities for fall asthma and what you can do to stay healthy!

Aerosol Sprays and Asthma star
Aerosol products can be dangerous for asthmatics, and can even increase the risk of developing asthma in some adults and children. Learn how the immune system reacts to aerosol chemicals and what you can do to protect your lungs.

Asthma and Household Chemicals star
Cleaning and other household chemicals can exacerbate or cause many health problems, including asthma. Learn about VOCs, what products are more likely to contain VOCs and how to avoid asthma trouble from these harmful chemicals.

Asthma and Mold in Flood Damaged Homes star
Cleaning up after a flood is hard, dirty work. Learn about the signs and symptoms of mold exposure and the precautions you can take to keep you and your family safe and healthy during cleanup, while keeping asthma under control.

Asthma, Smog and High Ozone Levels star
Smog and high ozone levels take a toll on people who have asthma. Even so, there are some simple steps to help reduce the affect of air pollution on your lungs!

BPA and Childhood Asthma star
BPA has been implicated as a possible factor in childhood asthma. Learn about BPA and the steps you can take to limit BPA exposure for you and your family!

Cleaning that Comes Naturally star
Cleaning Editor Kathryn Weber´s natural solutions to household cleansers.

Climate Change and Asthma star
Have you noticed a change in your asthma symptoms? Climate change may be to blame. Find out how climate change affects asthmatics and what we can do to make things better.

Dishwashers and Indoor Air Pollution star
Did you know your dishwasher may be contributing to indoor air pollution in your home? Read on about some research done by the Univerity of Texas and what you can do to lower the amount of indoor air pollution in your home.

EMF Exposure and Asthma star
Electromagnetic fields are all around us. Scientists have found a possible tie between maternal EMF exposure and increased levels of childhood asthma. Here are 5 simple steps you can take to protect you and your family from EMF exposure.

Humidity and Asthma star
Do you experience more asthma trouble when relative humidity levels change? Read more to learn how humidity affects asthma, and what you can do to find relief!

Indoor Wood Burning and Asthma star
Do you use a fireplace or wood-burning stove to heat your home? Stay informed--indoor wood burning can be an asthma trigger. Find out how to stay safe while enjoying your cozy fire!

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Asthma star
Multiple chemical sensitivity and asthma often go hand-in-hand. Learn about MCS and what you can do to lower the amount of chemicals you’re exposed to every day.

Public Smoking Bans Work star
Studies, in both the U.K. and the U.S., continue to show that public non-smoking bans work. Read on to learn what the studies show and the asthma and other health implications for you and your family.

Public Smoking Bans--Rights and Freedoms star
New York City is considering a ban on public smoking in city parks and beaches. What do you think about this issue? How should it be resolved?

Seasonal Changes and Asthma star
Did you know the changing seasons can make asthma worse? Learn about weather-related asthma and seasonal changes--and what you can do to stay healthy!

Smoking Bans in Cars with Children star
Secondhand smoke is dangerous and concentrated in vehicles. Children are especially susceptible to health problems when riding in a vehicle where someone has smoked or is smoking. Learn how you can keep you and your kids safe.

Spring Allergies Sneezing and Wheezing star
Enjoy spring by following these steps to remain asthma symptom free!

Swimming Pools and Asthma star
Swimming is an excellent form of exercise for all ages, but might be a source for asthma trouble. Read on to find some simple solutions that will help you and your family to stay healthy and have fun in the water!

Winter Olympic Athletes and Asthma star
Winter Olympians have a high incidence of asthma and/or EIB. Learn the difference between EIB and asthma, what triggers winter asthma and how it's treated.

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