Finding Help

Not sure where to start as you search for asthma information? Pulmonologist Paul Enright, MD, helps you find the information you need. Also, chat with others living with asthma in WebMD’s message boards, and find out about helpful asthma organizations on the Internet.

From WebMD’s Asthma Doctor

Not sure where to find answers to your asthma questions? Pulmonologist Paul Enright, MD, shares his roadmap to WebMD’s Asthma Guide to help you find the right information you need to live better with asthma.Feeling overwhelmed from dealing with asthma? It’s important to seek support from your family, friends, co-workers, health care team, and others who have asthma. Discover the many types of support that can help you live confidently with asthma.

Support and Community

Feeling overwhelmed from dealing with asthma? It’s important to seek support from your family, friends, co-workers, health care team, and others who have asthma. Discover the many types of support that can help you live confidently with asthma.

We know that living with asthma is a challenge. From managing your medications to figuring out hidden triggers to dealing with asthma emergencies, asthma specialist Paul Enright, MD, is here to help you breathe easily.

WebMD’s asthma medical expert, Paul Enright, MD, discusses asthma and allergy testing, asthma and pets, exercise-induced asthma, and more.

Sometimes the best advice comes from someone who’s experiencing the same problems as you. Visit WebMD’s support group for people with asthma to get personal advice and encouragement from others who have the same illness.

This article from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America can help you understand why some infants and toddlers are more likely to get asthma. Check out their web site to find out how asthma is treated in infants.

Many people with asthma find that seasons and the weather greatly influence their asthma control.  Check out this pollen and mold count tool on the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology’s web site.

Resources

Frequently asked questions about asthma from MedicineNet. This link takes you to its web site.

An overview of asthma from eMedicineHealth. This link takes you to its web site.

Asthma Organizations

There are numerous organizations with web sites that can help you live better with asthma. Support from organizations such as these help you realize that you are not alone in dealing with asthma and can give you new confidence as you learn to handle the daily challenges.

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