‘Hard proof’ of asthma reliever over-reliance

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Nearly 40% of people with asthma only use reliever medicines, new research has found A study led by Woolcock Institute of Medical Research in Sydney found that 39% of almost 2700 people with asthma surveyed used what researchers call the “ambulance at the bottom of the cliff” option to treat their condition. This was despite

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