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  • E-cigarettes found with Asthma causing toxins  title=
    E-cigarettes found with Asthma causing toxins

    Electronic cigarettes, better known as e-cigarettes, are found to be containing microbial toxins associated with myriad health problems, including asthma, reduced lung function and inflammation, finds a new study.

  • Priyanka Chopra advocates timely intervention for asthma  title=
    Priyanka Chopra advocates timely intervention for asthma

    Actress Priyanka Chopra, who suffers from asthma, has partnered with Cipla Respiratory to create awareness about the condition and break the stigma surrounding its treatment. She has advocated timely intervention that can help one have a better quality of life.

  • 40% women with asthma may get chronic lung diseases: Study  title=
    40% women with asthma may get chronic lung diseases: Study

    More than 4 in 10 individuals with asthma run the risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a group of lung diseases that block airflow and make it harder to breathe, says a new study involving around 4,000 women.

  • Monsoon flu: Try these simple home remedies   title=
    Monsoon flu: Try these simple home remedies

    Come monsoon and our homes get loaded with unwanted viral diseases, commonly termed as ‘Flu’ The term flu or influenza are a little different from the common cold, which usually develops slowly, However, flu caused by virus tends to affect a person and affects the upper respiratory tract. The complaint of body aches, fever, headache, blocked or runny nose and sneezing seems to dominate the aura. Definitely, some medicines in your nearby pharmacy can cure the problems but simple natural preparations in our own homes can help address minor complaints at the initial stage. A city nutritionist has come up with a few traditional antidotes which have also been supported by scientific evidence.

  • Study finds Tonsil removal in childhood may increase asthma risk  title=
    Study finds Tonsil removal in childhood may increase asthma risk

    Removing tonsils and adenoids in childhood increases the long-term risk of respiratory disorders such as asthma and influenza, as well as allergic and infectious diseases, says a study of nearly 1.2 million children.

  • Eat fish for healthy heart: Study reveals  title=
    Eat fish for healthy heart: Study reveals

    Fish lovers, you have a valid reason to eat fish now! Yes, a new scientific advisory restated the American Heart Association's recommendation that eating fish twice a week is good for heart health.

  • Yogurt reduces chronic inflammation: Read these amazing facts  title=
    Yogurt reduces chronic inflammation: Read these amazing facts

    Talk about Yogurt and you’ll come up with so many amazing benefits which heals many health problems. A new study reveals that eating yogurt as an ‘appetizer’ may cut the risk of chronic inflammation. It turns out that yogurt in daily diet reduces the risk of like bowel disease, arthritis and asthma as well as cardio metabolic illness.

  • Study: Traffic-related pollution may increase asthma risk in childs  title=
    Study: Traffic-related pollution may increase asthma risk in childs

    Long-term exposure to traffic-related pollution may significantly increase the risk of asthma in early childhood, a study has warned.

  • World Asthma Day 2018: Warning signs and symptoms for Asthma, cause and treatments  title=
    World Asthma Day 2018: Warning signs and symptoms for Asthma, cause and treatments

    World Asthma Day celebration was first started celebrating in the year 1998 by the GINA in more than 35 countries after its first “World Asthma Meeting” in the Barcelona, Spain.

  • World Asthma Day 2018: Every 10 persons affected by asthma globally is an Indian, says expert  title=
    World Asthma Day 2018: Every 10 persons affected by asthma globally is an Indian, says expert

    "Asthma is hereditary. The genetic factors interact with environmental factors such as pollution to trigger asthma. Also viral infections and obesity acts as a trigger for asthma among the teenagers," he said on the eve of World Asthma Day.