Research shows that asthmatic patients are more likely to contract migraine than others.
An upsetting news for all the anxiety dwellers as recent researches have shown that individuals who demonstrates certain symptoms of asthma are more likely to undergo severe anxiety concerns.
Children who are exposed to dogs and farm animals at a very young age have a reduced risk of developing asthma by the age of seven, a new study found.
Caregivers and teens have different knowledge regarding asthma management, a new study reported.
Vitamin D can help manage acute asthmatic episodes, a new study concluded.
A new study found that overweight/obese children with asthma were more likely to mistake their symptoms and overuse their medication.
A new study compared the care delivered to patients coming to hospital emergency departments (EDs) for acute asthma attacks in recent years with data gathered more than 15 years earlier and found existing inconsistencies in how well hospitals are meeting nationally established treatment guidelines.
Since August, a respiratory virus has been circulating throughout 45 states within the U.S and here are 6 things you need to know about the enterovirus 68 outbreak.
Minimizing exposure to pollution can significantly improve asthma symptoms, according to a new study.
Job insecurity can boost a person's risk of developing first-time asthma, according to a new study.
A link exists between childhood asthma and prenatal exposure to two phthalates used in a diverse array of household products, according to a new study.
Rosemary contains a lot of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can contribute to one's overall health.
A new study found that men who smoked prior to conception increase their baby's risk of developing asthma.
In a new study, researchers reported that people with previous cases of common pulmonary diseases have an increased risk of developing lung cancer.
Keeping a pillow for more than six months can lead to embarrassing pimples and painful allergies, according to experts.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.