Menstrual cycle hormones worsen asthma symptoms
New study’s findings could help women with asthma manage their condition better.
Asthma patients may not need daily steroids
Researchers found that people who use corticosteroids daily to control mild asthma do no better than those who use them only when they have symptoms.
Do changes in atmospheric pressure cause asthma attacks?
Ever feel achy, sore or wheezy when the temperature changes? You’re not alone, especially in the middle of summer when thunderstorms occur.
8 percent of Olympians have asthma
Late onset asthma may be the result of athletes’ intense training regimens.
Early exposure to bacteria builds immunity, study finds
Research suggests that our germ-fearing lifestyles are increasing levels of asthma, allergy and other autoimmune diseases.
Study links antibiotics and asthma
Researchers find connection between kids who take antibiotics early in life and the later development of asthma.