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Jul 18, 2017

Are you using the correct inhaler technique?

Are you using the correct inhaler technique?

Are you using the correct inhaler technique?Some people have told us that inhalers can be tricky to use, and even if you think your inhaler technique is correct, it might not be! A recent survey we carried out found that up to a third of people with asthma aren't using their inhaler in the right way.If you're NOT using your inhaler correctly, you might not be getting the full dose of medicine your GP or asthma nurse prescribed because the

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Jul 11, 2017

Travelling with asthma

Travelling with asthma

If you or someone in your family has asthma, it's still possible to travel and enjoy your holidays But taking some time to choose and plan a trip - whether it's a weekend break or a long-distance adventure - can help prevent problems and help you make the most of your time away. If you have severe asthma there are extra things you might want to think about before you go away, such as dealing with mobility issues.

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Jul 07, 2017

What causes asthma?

What causes asthma?

It's difficult to say for sure what causes asthma, and the causes vary from person to person.What we do know is that research shows you're more likely to develop asthma if:you have a family history of asthma, eczema or any allergies - for example, evidence shows that if one or both of your parents have asthma, you are more likely to have it you have eczema or an allergy, such as hay fever (an allergy to pollen) you had bronchiolitis (a

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