Health and Fitness
May 3, 2023
May is Asthma Awareness Month, and we are dedicated to help spread awareness and improve the quality of life for those living with asthma. With over 25 million Americans affected by this chronic disease, it's important that we come together to support those living with asthma and learn how to manage its symptoms.
We have the tools you need to manage and stay informed about asthma - including a free Asthma Basics online course and Patient & Caregiver Network.
- Learn about asthma basics and new trends in our free, self-paced online course.
- Check out asthma resources that will help with every day asthma care.
- Send a quick email to Congress to support increased funding for asthma programs.
- Call the Lung HelpLine to talk with an expert about your asthma care.
Calling all young adults and parents of teens with asthma ages 12 to 35 years old! Learn about the MATCH Research Study. This study may help you or your teen's asthma and the results may help others.