Most asthma deaths can be prevented

Asthma is most often treated with reliever and preventer inhalers, and sometimes, pills, although severe asthma can be treated with biologics, which are often given via injections. — TNS

The month of May is used to create more awareness of a disease that everyone has probably heard of, but not many truly understand: asthma.

In fact, the Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) chose “Asthma Education Empowers” as its theme for this year’s (2024) World Asthma Day, which was marked on May 7.

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