When someone with asthma breathes in or out, they might make a high-pitched whistling sound. This is referred to as wheezing. So, does it mean you have asthma if you wheeze? It’s possible, but even though coughing is a key sign of asthma, there are other reasons why people can also wheeze. Here, doctors demonstrate how asthma and other factors can contribute to this condition. Daniel Kim, D.O., an expert in family medicine, and Denise Pate, M.D., an internal medicine doctor and medical head at Medical Offices of Manhattan in New York City, both give their honest opinions on this complicated topic. Read the article.