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08/09/2021 - Excess weight affects asthma drug response
Children who are overweight or obese might be at a raised risk of asthma attacks due to reduced effectiveness of their medication, new research suggests. More

18/08/2021 - Possible role for histamine in depression
Histamines may explain the ineffectiveness of antidepressants for some people, according to new findings. More

06/07/2021 - Hygiene may not damage immune system
Being clean and hygienic does not lead to children having poorer immune systems, a new UK study has claimed. More

05/05/2021 - Report shines light on childhood asthma care
Health services need to improve the management children with asthma, according to official investigators. More

13/04/2021 - Inhaler hope for primary COVID care
An inhaled asthma drug could help treat COVID-19 patients who have not yet been admitted to hospital, according to the findings of a major UK study published last night. More

30/03/2021 - Asthma attacks reduced in first COVID-19 phase
Fewer than normal patients presented with severe asthma attacks, or were hospitalised with pneumonia, influenza and chronic lung diseases during the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to three new studies. More

18/02/2021 - Food allergy deaths decreasing in UK
Deaths from food allergies have declined in the UK over the past 20 years, despite a rise in hospital admissions, according to analysis published today. More

10/02/2021 - Asthma linked to antibiotic exposure in utero
Children born to women who took antibiotics in mid or late pregnancy may have a raised risk of asthma, researchers report today. More

10/02/2021 - Fewer asthma GP visits in lockdown
There was a significant drop in patient visits to GPs about asthma during the first UK lockdown, according to a new analysis. More

17/11/2020 - Asthma risk for permanent night shift workers
Shift workers, particularly those who work nights permanently, could be at increased risk of developing moderate to severe asthma, researchers say today. More

21/10/2020 - Asthma treatments linked to bone health
Some asthma treatments may be linked to a raised risk of osteoporosis and fracture, researchers warn today. More

08/09/2020 - Genotype testing improves paediatric asthma care
Personalising treatments according to genetic differences could help some children with asthma, a medical congress will hear today (8 September 2020). More

07/09/2020 - Link found between genes and penicillin allergy
A link between genes and penicillin allergy has been discovered by an international team of scientists. More

20/08/2020 - New treatment hope for asthma
A class of drugs has been identified that could lead to new treatments for asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), it was revealed last night (19 August 2020). More

28/04/2020 - Gene defects linked to babies' eczema, wheeze and nasal disease
A link between a common gene defect and eczema, nasal blockage and wheeze among babies as young as six months has been identified, a new study has revealed. More

27/11/2019 - Range of health risks from asthma in pregnancy
Women who experience uncontrolled asthma attacks during pregnancy face further health risks, researchers warned today. More

30/10/2019 - Peanut allergy immunotherapy not a cure
Immunotherapy for peanut allergy can provide some protection – but does not offer a permanent cure, according to research published today. More

04/10/2019 - Immune system clue to Parkinson's care
Parkinson's Disease may benefit from management with immune-regulating drugs - which might even help with prevention, Danish scientists have reported. More

02/10/2019 - Oral steroid warning for asthma patients
Too many people with severe asthma are at risk through the use of oral steroids, a major European conference will hear today. More

01/10/2019 - Backing for asthma triple therapy inhaler
A triple therapy inhaler may be the best way to help patients with severe and uncontrolled asthma, according to the findings of a major international study. More

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