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Research Shows How to Reduce Asthma Symptoms

London: Daily intake of a healthy diet rich in protein, fruit and vegetables combined with proper exercise could help reduce symptoms and improve quality of...

Here’s Why Women Are More Prone To Asthma

London: Absence of testosterone in women may explain why females are doubly likely to develop asthma post-puberty, a finding that could lead to new treatments...

How Clean Drinking Water Is Linked To Asthma: Study

Toronto: Access to good, clean water may be associated with a higher risk of asthma in children as they are deprived of the beneficial...

Children With Asthma May Be At Higher Obesity Risk, Finds Study

New York: Is your kid suffering from asthma? If yes, he or she may be more likely to become obese later in childhood or in...

Too Much Of Processed Meat May Worsen Your Asthma: Study

London: Love to gorge on ham, sausages and salami? Beware, a new study suggests that higher intake of cured and processed meats can worsen...

Asthma Drug Could Prevent Liver Disease, Finds Study

New York: A drug commonly used for the prevention of allergies and asthma has shown promise in preventing liver disease and reducing the need...

New Drug Found To Reduce Exacerbations In Uncontrolled Asthma

London: A new asthma drug currently in development has been found to reduce exacerbations in severe, uncontrolled asthma in two advanced trials involving more...

Vitamin D Tablets May Help Reduce Asthma Attacks, Review Finds

London: The world's 300 million asthma sufferers could help reduce their risk of severe asthma attacks by taking vitamin D supplements as well as...
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Small Foetal Size May Up Risk Of Asthma In Kids: Study

London: A smaller foetal size during the first and second trimesters of pregnancy can significantly increase the risk of asthma and reduce the lung...
Persistent Childhood Asthma Can Trigger Lung Disease

Persistent Childhood Asthma Can Trigger Lung Disease

In most cases, childhood asthma resolves with time, but as many as 20 percent of children with asthma will go on to have potentially severe symptoms in adulthood.