Asthma affects over 300 million people worldwide and its prevalence is increasing. Why people develop asthma is the question of a UK study of over 3000 children who were followed from birth to when they reached 11½ years. The researchers concluded that young children who watch television for more than two hours a day double… Read More

  More and more people around the world are suffering from asthma, which is perplexing, because modern health care is improving all the time. It is generally accepted there is no cure for asthma, and the main treatment is to manage symptoms with ongoing medications. However, many people do minimise symptoms and fully recover from asthma, once… Read More