Asthma could be a condition during which your airways slim and swell and produce mucus secretion. This could build respiration tough and trigger coughing, wheezy and shortness of breath. Asthma cannot be cured; however its symptoms will be controlled. As a result of bronchial asthma usually changes over time, it is important that you simply work along with your doctor to trace your signs and symptoms and modify treatment as required.
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Last date updated on September, 2014