Less is best: children’s asthma Inhalers

New research has shown that children with asthma are better off using their steroid and bronchodilator inhalers as needed instead of daily. The as-needed use of both inhalers is just as effective for mild asthma as the traditional protocol, according to Futurity. In the U.S., about 6.2 million children under age 18 have asthma. Among white children, about 7.4% have asthma and among African American children, that statistic is almost double, at 13.4%. Inflammation makes the airways swell,...

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