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  • Definition: Inhaler for Teens

    An inhaler is a device that gets medicine directly into a person's lungs.

  • What's the Difference Between a Nebulizer and an Inhaler? for Teens

    Inhalers and nebulizers are tools that help you get asthma medicine into the lungs. Find out how to use them.

  • My Asthma Inhaler Doesn't Help. What Can I Do? for Teens

    It's very common for teens with asthma to need changes in their medicines, such as a higher dose.

  • Definition: Spacer for Teens

    A spacer makes it easier to use an inhaler.

  • How Do Asthma Medicines Work? for Teens

    Two different types of medicines are used to treat asthma. Read about how they work, and why people might need to take them.

  • Vaping: What You Need to Know for Teens

    E-cigarettes (or “vape pens”) heat a liquid until it becomes a vapor that's inhaled. Vape juice can contain nicotine or marijuana distillate or oil. Here are the facts on vaping and its many health risks.

  • Asthma for Teens

    Asthma is a lung condition that makes it hard to breathe. Learn all about asthma here.

  • Definition: Retractions for Teens

    A retraction is a medical term for when the area between the ribs and in the neck sinks in when a person with asthma attempts to inhale.

  • What Should I Do if My Friend Has an Asthma Flare-Up? for Teens

    Friends can be the first line of defense for someone who is having an asthma flare-up. Here's how to be prepared.

  • Drugs: What to Know for Teens

    It's not hard to find drugs, and sometimes it may seem like everyone's doing them or wanting you to do them. But there are downsides (and dangers) to taking drugs.