A failure by residents to heat and ventilate retrofitted properties could lead to more people developing asthma, according to UK researchers.
A study that evaluated respiratory complications with the use of misoprostol, or prostaglandin E1 (PGE1), found that no patients receiving this medicine had worsening of respiratory symptoms.
A report published in the European Respiratory Journal indicates that toddlers who share a family bed have a higher risk of developing asthma later in life.
Oregon State University researchers are warning parents of the dangers to children’s respiratory health when using gas stoves without proper ventilation.
New research suggests that the link between Calpol, and other forms of paracetamol, and developing asthma may be overstated.
A program at Washington University School of Medicine suggests that peer trainers who coach parents over the phone on managing their children’s asthma can significantly reduce the number of days the child experiences symptoms.
A study presented ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting shows different levels of health literacy among teens and caregivers regarding asthma.
GlaxoSmithKline is developing a new treatment for severe asthma and is filing for US and European applications for the injectable mepolizumab.
A new study based on EU adverse drug reaction reports documents that children’s use of asthma medications may result in severe adverse drug reactions.
A new Tel Aviv University study shows that boosting vitamin D levels can help manage asthma attacks.