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  by the National Asthma Council Australia’s Sensitive Choice Program Can you feel something in the air? Pollen season (usually October to December) poses an extra challenge for families with asthma, allergies or hay fever. Pollen is one of the most common environmental triggers in Australia, during...

A groundbreaking research conducted by the Murdoch Children's Research Institute has revealed that babies with food allergies are more likely to develop asthma and experience reduced lung function as they grow older. This study, published in the Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, highlights the importance...

Hospital readmissions for asthma are increasing among children, a new study has found, highlighting the gaps in health care for the most common chronic paediatric illness. The study led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) and published in the Journal of Asthma, found about one...

At the moment, many Australians are spending time indoors because the weather is cooling down. But, regardless of the weather or COVID-19, most of us actually spend the majority of our days inside. So the quality of the air we breathe inside is critical for our...

AFLW West Coast Eagles player, Kate Orme, is urging parents to check that children with asthma have a healthy and safe start to the school year and avoid the February “back-to-school asthma spike”. Kate, the new Ambassador for the National Asthma Council Australia said that as...

Kristine Whorlow warns of hidden festive-season asthma triggers. It’s time to drag out the Christmas decorations, put up the tree and get into the spirit of the festive season, but people with asthma can find themselves short of breath during the holiday season for a range...

Children aged 5 or under shouldn’t be prescribed combination asthma controllers at all, according to the national asthma guidelines–but reality looks different, a UNSW study has shown.  Australian children – preschoolers in particular – are being inappropriately prescribed fixed dose combination (FDC) asthma medication, a UNSW Sydney...