Home > Medical > Asthma > News News All sections in Asthma » Asthma Basics » Asthma News » Asthma Overview » Asthma and Children » Asthma and Exercise » Asthma Treatment » FAQs » Health Tips » Manage Your Asthma » How Severe is your Asthma » Living with Asthma » My Asthma Story Asthma nebulizers don't deliver full dose Nebulisers – devices that transform liquid asthma medications into an easy-to-inhale mist – aren't providing people with asthma a full dose of medication. Asthmatic women may struggle to conceive A study suggests that asthma has a negative effect on fertility and that women with asthma could take longer to conceive. Cat allergies double among asthma sufferers The number of people with asthma who are allergic to cats is on the rise, and has doubled in 18 years. Test Is your asthma under control? » Like Health24 on Facebook » Subscribe Asthma Newsletter » Join Body Talk » Celebrities with asthma World's Most Famous TB Patients Asthma control critical during pregnancy Asthma control during pregnancy is vital because uncontrolled asthma can cause harm to mothers and their babies, according to a new review. Obese kids more affected by asthma Overweight and obese kids are more likely to struggle with asthma than other kids, a new review suggests. One in five kids may outgrow asthma As many as one in five youngsters with asthma may grow out of the respiratory condition as they age, new research indicates. DNA predicts who will outgrow asthma A gene scorecard may help predict which youngsters are likely to outgrow childhood asthma and which ones will have the disease in adulthood, a study said. Pollution increases asthma in adults Asthma sufferers frequently exposed to pollution or smoke, experience a worsening of symptoms, according to a new study. Asthma in pregnancy may cause sickly offspring A mother's asthma during pregnancy has been tied to her offspring developing a wide range of childhood diseases, according to a study of Danish women. Kids with asthma should be heard Children, not their parents, should do most of the talking about their asthma symptoms when seeing an allergist, according to a new study. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.