A recent study suggests that women who take heartburn medication during pregnancy may give birth to children with higher risk of developing asthma at an early age.
Those who ate more of processed and cured meats were 76 percent more likely to see their asthma symptoms worsen over time compared to those who ate the least.
Recent studies have linked vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy to increase cases of asthma in young children. However, a new study proved otherwise.
A new study suggested that anti-asthma drug increases the baby's risk to autism when taken while pregnant.
Researchers find that asthmatic patients who exercise regularly are more in control of their symptoms than those who do not get any exercise.
A recent research presented by the European Lung Foundation reveals that grandmothers who smoked while pregnant may have grandchildren with an increased risk of asthma even when parents of those children didn't smoke.
New study shows that asthmatic children who are exposed to second hand smoke at home are two times more likely to get hospitalized.
GSK's SUMMIT study reveals that while Breo can slightly lower the risk of dying, it did not meet the study's statistical goals.