How do you treat childhood asthma?

Childhood asthma prompts the airways and lungs to become easily inflamed when exposed to certain triggers. Although childhood asthma is not very different from adult asthma, children diagnosed with asthma must cope with some difficult challenges that include missed school days, regular visits to the emergency room, and hospitalizations. Long-term medications, quick-relief medications, allergy-induced treatments, and inhaled-medication devices can all help with pediatric asthma.

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