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Environmental and Work Exposures

Occupational Asthma: Exposure to allergens and irritants in the work place may make someone's asthma worse. Work place exposures may also cause someone without asthma to develop the disease.

Indoor air quality: Learn more about indoor air quality and asthma.

Smoking and Asthma: Learn all about the effects of smoking and secondhand smoke on people with and without asthma, and find resources to help smokers quit.

Environment: Learn how your environment, either indoors or out, can play a large part in your asthma symptoms. Find tips on building and remodeling for a healthier home.