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# Asthma

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April 2024
Choking on fresh air: How Ireland's air quality is leading to premature deaths
Dr Lisa McNamee
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Debunked: No, GPs aren't giving out 'rescue packs' en masse to asthma and COPD sufferers
People with asthma and COPD assured there's no need to stockpile medicine
Asthma Society of Ireland 'inundated with calls' from people with existing respiratory illnesses
Severe asthmatics face a 'lottery' for access to life-changing drugs
Traffic pollution causing 1,700 new cases of asthma in Ireland every year
People with hay fever told to take precautions as pollen count to be very high across the country
'I've had asthma attacks at school, on holidays, even my debs - I've just had to learn to live with it'
Six people die from "thunderstorm asthma" in Australia
Four dead in Australian "thunderstorm asthma" event
13 things that will only make sense if you grew up with asthma
Kids on Amish farms are less likely to get asthma - a new study explains why
Experts warn baby formula guidelines need to be changed
37 people in Ireland died from asthma attacks last year
Here's why there are ducks appearing all over Bray
There's been a breakthrough in those talks on free GP care for kids
Sleeping on animal fur can reduce children's chances of getting asthma
76-year-old woman diagnosed with cystic fibrosis is Ireland's oldest ever case
Childhood asthma rates linked to black smoke in Galway
Kids who take antibiotics before their first birthday may be more likely to get asthma
Parents urged have 'asthma plan' for child sufferers as emergency care numbers are too high
This woman doesn't smoke but cigarettes have almost killed her
Column: Why is lung disease so prevalent in Ireland?
Dr Edward McKone
National asthma programme will 'save lives'
Infant antibiotic use may have implications for allergies, asthma and obesity - study
Boots to cut cost of prescription medicines for customers in Ireland
50 asthma deaths a year 'is too high'
Babies born even a few weeks early face increased health risks - study
TCD research could lead to new treatment for asthma, dermatitis
Society calls for more access to asthma drug
Light alcohol consumption could help reduce asthma risk, says study
STIs, dehydration and stomach upsets: Top health dangers for Oxegen
Mild asthma does not require daily treatment says US research
Infants who take paracetamol more likely to develop asthma
'Taste buds' discovered in lungs could help treat asthma