Living Well With Asthma

Asthma cannot be cured, but with proper treatment it can be well-managed. There is no reason why everyone with asthma cannot live a full and active life, symptom free.

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Asthma cannot be cured, however with proper management and treatment it can be controlled. There's no reason why nearly everyone with asthma shouldn't be able to live a full life, symptom free.

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Support Information

There are a variety of supports available for people with asthma. For up to date inormation about the support available for people with asthma, please refer to your local Citizen's Advice Bureau. All information was correct at the time of publishing.

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Asthma For Teachers & Carers

As 1 in 5 children have asthma, it is highly likely that teachers & carers will encounter the condition in the course of their work. You can find information to help you face the unique challenge of asthma here.

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Asthma & Your Child

When your child is diagnosed with asthma the wealth of information, lifestyle change and worry for their health can be overwhelming. Here you'll find information specificaly tailored to help you and your child life a full and active life, symptom free.