Children are our treasure and our happiness. And each parent does his or her best to nurture and protect the young. It is well-known that kids need special attention when it comes to health. The same applies to the way we treat and protect our children as well as to the methods and therapies we use to prevent or treat diseases.
The contemporary industrial way of living largely influences the environment. Although our actions are often invisible in the short period of time, they can have enormous consequences on our quality of life.
Like in any winter season, we are now facing a fast spread of flu that left many of us at home wrapped under warm blankets. Although in the majority of influenza cases, severe complications are not observed, complications can occur in people predisposed to respiratory diseases.
Asthma is a relatively common chronic inflammatory disease that affects the respiratory tract. Symptoms of this disease are increased cough, tightness in the chest, wheezing, and other conditions causing discomfort and difficulty in breathing. Asthma is typically considered to be caused by a mix of genetic and environmental factors. The severity of symptoms differs from per person to person, but often they can manifest as quite severe.