Asthma is a long-life condition which is non-curable. However, with proper medication, small tweaks in your lifestyle, diet and environment one can keep it under control and prevent it from getting worse.
Eating omega-3 fatty acid-rich foods may help reduce risk of children developing asthma symptoms which are triggered by indoor air pollution.
Love to gorge on ham, sausages and salami? Beware, a new study suggests that higher intake of cured and processed meats can worsen asthma symptoms.
According to a new Australian study, a healthy diet could help ease Asthma symptoms. According to a report of Australia's public broadcaster ABC, two studies, explaining that people on high saturated fats food diet were ...
Vitamin D is known to boost bone health and strengthen your teeth.