1. There is a known cure for asthma.
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Asthma is a chronic, or lifelong, disease and there is no known cure.
2. Asthma can affect both the large and small airways.
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Until recently, asthma was only thought to affect the large airways, but recent studies have shown how asthma impacts the small airways as well.
3. Strenuous activities, like sports, may cause uncontrolled asthma to flare-up.
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Some of your favorite activities, like running or soccer, may cause uncontrolled asthma to flare-up.
4. Only children can have asthma.
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While asthma is one of the most common long-term diseases of children, adults may also have asthma. Some adults have had asthma since childhood. Others are diagnosed with asthma as adults.
5. Asthma can be hereditary.
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If your parents or siblings have asthma, you are more likely to develop the disease.

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