Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the airways in your lungs. Your airways become inflamed, irritated, and narrowed during an asthma attack. Early warning signs occur right before or at the start of asthma attacks. Recognizing these symptoms can help you to prevent an asthma attack from worsening or stop it from happening…. Read More
Living amongst the COVID-19 pandemic has meant adjusting to a new version of normal that requires the use of face masks to decrease viral spread. With this new normal, however, has come its own set of problems. For those with allergies, sinusitis, or asthma, breathing while wearing a mask may be a lot more difficult…. Read More
Note that this is for 10 mg tablets in a 30-day supply pill bottle. The lot number for the recalled product is MON17384, the expiration date is 12/31/2019, and the national drug code is 31722-726-30. You can read the full release from the FDA at this link.
Dr. Payal Patel is Part of Expert Panel Asthma is a major noncommunicable disease prevalent across the United States in 7.6% of adults and 8.4% of children. In Chicago, 10.8% of adults reported having asthma in 2014. In Illinois, the percentage of adults and youth reporting that they are currently having asthma is higher than… Read More