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Do your patients know how to manage an asthma emergency?

1 May 2017

On World Asthma Day (May 2) we are asking health professionals to check whether their patients know asthma first aid.

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Australians urged to know asthma first aid to be better prepared for future events

30 Apr 2017

​On World Asthma Day (May 2) we are calling on Australians to be ready for asthma emergencies by knowing asthma first aid.

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Mould health hazard warning after Australia’s Big Wet

3 Apr 2017

​After prolonged wet, warm and humid weather, we are warning all Australians that indoor mould is a potential health risk.

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Top Ten Ways to Save Money with Asthma

7 Mar 2017

More than two million Australians with asthma can save money and feel better by following these ten easy tips.

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Are your asthma patients back-to-school ready?

22 Jan 2017

Paediatric asthma emergencies surge in February - are your patients back-to-school ready?

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Are your pharmacy's asthma patients back-to-school ready?

22 Jan 2017

Children’s asthma emergencies surge in February - Are your pharmacy's patients back-to-school ready?

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Thunderstorm asthma advice – South Australians who “wheeze and sneeze” urged to take extra care

23 Dec 2016

South Australians who experience wheezing and sneezing should take extra care ahead of predicted thunderstorms over Christmas

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Stay safe with your asthma over Christmas and the summer holidays

20 Dec 2016

​It's easy for the festive and summer holiday period to become the season of sneezing and wheezing say experts.

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Australians with severe asthma to benefit from new PBS treatment options

17 Dec 2016

Two medications have been PBS listed as add-on treatments for severe asthma - tiotropium (Spiriva) and mepolizumab (Nucala)

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Thunderstorm asthma advice - those who “wheeze and sneeze” urged to take extra care

3 Dec 2016

People who 'wheeze and sneeze' during spring need to take extra care ahead of forecast thunderstorms