Scottish Ballet’s prima ballerina, Constance Devernay was diagnosed with asthma when she was 2 and started on her brilliant ballet journey at just 5 years old…
'Deadly pollen bomb' to put people with asthma at risk For immediate release - 16th April 2019 Responding to reports of hot weather and high levels of pollen, Sonia Munde, Head of Services at Asthma
'Many children with asthma have reaction to peanuts, but do not know it' research presented at the ATS conference 2015
A new study has shown that many children who have asthma have a sensitivity to peanuts, but did not know it.
'Toxic air is scourge on nation's health', warns charity in response to new air pollution study A study from Kings College London has revealed the number of hospital admissions for children and
'Toxic' air quality on tubes could put people at risk of life-threatening asthma attack Responding to a report by the Committee of Medical Effects of Air Pollutants published today [10 January 2019]
'Unfair' prescription charges putting more than a million people at risk of a life-threatening asthma attack
'Unfair' prescription charges putting more than a million people at risk of a life-threatening asthma attack Asthma UK reveals people with asthma are rationing their medication due to prescription
‘I support Asthma UK because not being able to breathe is one of the scariest things a person can experience’
BBC Sport football commentator Guy Mowbray talks to Asthma UK about exercising and working with asthma.
‘Toxic cocktail' of hot, humid weather and rising pollen levels could trigger deadly asthma attacks, warns charity
‘Toxic cocktail' of hot, humid weather and rising pollen levels could trigger deadly asthma attacks, warns charity For immediate release: Monday 22 July 2019 A mini-heatwave in Britain this week
Dr. Andy Whittamore of Asthma UK says the effects of outdoor air pollution on the nation's health is well known but toxic air in the home can be an invisible killer, especially for the 5.4million
Case study: Jane's severe asthma was interfering with her work and home life, but a new treatment has put her back in control.
Sports therapist, James Cato shares his experience learning to exercise with asthma, and how he helps others to discover their fitness potential.
"Asthma nearly cost me my job" - 1 in 9 adults with asthma have lost or worry about losing their job
"Asthma nearly cost me my job" - 1 in 9 adults with asthma have lost or worry about losing their job An estimated 1 in 9 adults with asthma said they had lost their job or were worried about losing
Case study: Michael Keenan’s life was transformed by a bronchial thermoplasty for his severe asthma.
Case study: A written asthma action plan helps Jenny Negus manage her severe asthma.
Eddie Mills tells us how pollution makes his asthma worse
Jayne Bettles and her teenagers George and Lena all have asthma. They know their triggers and support each other’s asthma as a family.
Vicki Shenton has a positive approach to managing her 'late onset' asthma.
"If you believe in yourself and work hard to achieve your goals anything is possible." Author Jane Elson used her own experience of asthma to create courageous heroine Bee Edwards “I didn’t want
Tina Baker was inspired to get active, gain better control over her asthma, and retrain as a fitness instructor.
Sarah has two sons with asthma, they use preventer inhalers, Montelukast and a great routine to stay on top of their condition.