Inhaled corticosteroids are used by millions of asthma patients every day. However, as with all treatments to control asthma, there is marked patient-to-patient variability in the response to treatment. New research published today in the New England Jour
U.S. researchers are using genetics to explain why some asthma sufferers do not respond well to steroid inhalers, the most common form of asthma treatment. Over-the-counter inhalers that use CFCs have also been banned. Here are some facts about asthma, Ch
Alcohol has it negative and its positive attributes. Now drinking alcohol in moderate quantities can possibly reduce the risk of asthma, according to Danish researchers. The study, which will be presented September 25, 2011) at the European Respiratory So
Pressure is mounting on the NHS to widen the use of a 'wonder' drug for hundreds of thousands of severe asthma sufferers after a new study showed it could banish the use of other treatments which cause heart disease, diabetes and blindness.
The ACAAI and its allergist members - doctors who are experts at diagnosing and treating allergies and asthma - suggest watching out for six sneaky triggers to keep Halloween sneeze-, wheeze- and reaction-free.