Asthma Irritants

Irritants trigger asthma by causing irritation in the lungs.  Irritants are often very small and float in the air, so they are easily breathed into the lungs.  Once in the airways, the irritants can cause asthma symptoms and asthma attacks.

Air Pollution Outdoors

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Climate Change and Asthma

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Cold and Flu

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COVID 19

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Exercise and Asthma

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E-Cigarettes

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Gas Stoves

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Particulate Matter

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Tobacco

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Strong Smells

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Volatile Organic Compounds

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Weather

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