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Getting a Spirometry Test (Video)
A spirometry test is as easy as blowing out birthday candles. Watch how the test is done in this video for kids.
Use this weekly diary to record your child's asthma symptoms, peak flows, the amount of medicine taken.
Asthma Action Plan
When things are confusing, a plan really helps. Check out this asthma action plan, which you can print out and use to manage breathing trouble.
What’s the Difference Between a Nebulizer and an Inhaler?
People use inhalers and nebulizers to get asthma medicine into their lungs. Find out more in this article for kids.
Who Can Use an Inhaler?
Inhalers are often used to get asthma medicine into a person's lungs. How old do you need to be to use one? Find out in this article for kids.
How Do Asthma Medicines Work?
Kids who have asthma need to take medicine. But what kind of medicine do they take and what does it do? Let's find out.
What’s an Asthma Action Plan?
If you have asthma, you'll want to have an asthma action plan. Find out more in this article for kids.
What’s a Peak Flow Meter?
Kids who have asthma use peak flow meters to measure how well they are breathing. Find out more in this article for kids.