Digital asthma tools show promise

Some digital interventions may cut the risk of asthma attacks by half, a new review of evidence has found Researchers from University College London, Queen Mary University of London, and University of Auckland researchers examined digital interventions that help people take their asthma medication better, such as ‘smart’ inhalers or text messages. In their new

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