1. How do I know whether I have allergies or asthma?
2. If I have no family history of allergies or asthma, is it true that I won’t get them?
3. How old does a child have to be before getting tested for allergies or asthma?
4. If I don’t have allergies or asthma, why is it important that I quit smoking?
5. If I don’t smoke in the house, will my child still be exposed to secondhand smoke?
6. Should I not get a pet until I know whether my child will develop allergies to it?
7. Why do some people have allergies to some things and not to others?
8. If I take medication for allergies or asthma, will my lungs get stronger?
9. Is it dangerous to exercise if I have exercise-induced asthma?
10. During an allergic reaction, how will I know when I should go to the emergency room?
11. During an asthma attack, how will I know when I should go to the emergency room?
12. What can happen if I overuse my inhaler?
13. Do allergy and asthma symptoms usually get better as we get older?
14. If I am allergic to one food, will I be allergic to others?
15. Why do I seem to have asthma symptoms only during the winter months?
16. If I have asthma, will my children have it, too?