The Best Tools and Treatments for Severe Asthma
September 3, 2018
How to Get Personalized Care for Severe Asthma
In the United States, 22 million people live with asthma. Among them, five to 10 percent suffer from a condition called severe asthma.
While most patients believe their asthma is under control, a whopping 33 percent miss work or school due to an asthma attack.
Open and clear communication with your healthcare provider plays a key role in controlling symptoms. On this segment of The Balancing Act, learn effective ways to treat and manage asthma.
Through a partnership with the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology and the Chest Foundation, the Allergy and Asthma Network has developed an innovative and personalized tool for adults with severe asthma. Stay tuned to learn more.
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