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Faulty inhalers 'could put lives at risk'

The Medicines Healthcare Regulations Agency (MHRA) has announced that two lots of faulty Ventolin Accuhaler reliever inhalers (blue) and one lot of faulty Seretide Accuhaler combination inhalers (

Asthma UK health alert - advice for imminent cold weather across the UK

With very cold weather expected across much of the UK this week, people with asthma need to take extra care.

Gardening and asthma

If you’re a keen gardener, you might worry that having asthma means you can no longer enjoy your hobby.

Peak in asthma deaths sparks winter survival guide

December and January are the deadliest months of the year for people with asthma, figures for the past decade have revealed, sparking the release of a winter survival guide from Asthma UK.

ASTHMA KILLS THE MOOD FOR NEARLY HALF OF PEOPLE WITH THE CONDITION, CHARITY WARNS

ASTHMA KILLS THE MOOD FOR NEARLY HALF OF PEOPLE WITH THE CONDITION, CHARITY WARNS   Nearly half of people with asthma say their condition gets in the way of their sex life1, according to new

Asthma kills the mood for nearly half of people with the condition, charity warns

Asthma kills the mood for nearly half of people with the condition, charity warns Nearly half of people with asthma say their condition gets in the way of their sex life1, according to new research

Healthcare professionals

Stay up to date with the latest developments in asthma and receive updates on how Asthma UK is working with healthcare professionals to improve asthma care.

“I’m leaving asthma behind me thanks to Nordic Walking”

Since starting Nordic Walking, Geof Newman has never felt better, and his asthma's back under control. Find out more about his new favourite hobby...

Taking steroid tablets in the long term

You may be prescribed steroid tablets in the long term for your severe asthma. Find out all you need to know about how they work, and managing side effects.

Women and asthma

Women with asthma often notice changes to their asthma symptoms around puberty, when they have their period and when they’re approaching menopause.

Five basic steps to world class asthma care

How can we make rapid progress on more accurate asthma diagnostic tests?

Blog post: The truth about salt therapies, homeopathy and herbal remedies

Asthma UK's in-house GP, Dr Andy Whittamore, looks at whether there's any evidence that salt therapies, homeopathy and herbal remedies really work.

Millennials getting worst asthma care in UK

Millennials getting worst asthma care in UK Asthma UK says young people with asthma are more likely to have uncontrolled asthma and the least likely to get life-saving basic care Millennials in the

Peak flow

Learn how taking your peak flow regularly can help you spot if your asthma is getting worse and cut your risk of an asthma attack

Winter asthma triggers

Asthma getting worse over winter? Whether you’re coughing because of mould, wheezing because of a chest infection, or short of breath in the cold weather – these two easy tips will help whatever your

Asthma and alcohol

Some people’s asthma symptoms get worse when they drink any kind of alcohol, while others may only have symptoms when they have a particular kind of drink such as wine or beer.

Blog post: Coronavirus – health advice for people with asthma

Blog post: Coronavirus – health advice for people with asthma Last updated: Thursday 5 March 2020 The coronavirus outbreak is a developing situation and the most up-to-date information for people in

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