Mystery Solved on why some asthma patients don’t respond to their medication!

 

At lease this question has been partially answered by a new study out of UK.  Passive smoke exposure among children with severe asthma was associated with lower levels of HDAC2 enzymes, making them less sensitive to inhaled steroid treatment, according to a small U.K. study in CHEST Journal. Those exposed to secondhand smoke in the home had almost half the enzyme levels compared with children living in nonsmoking households.  This study is yet another reason to stop smoking for parents specially if their children have asthma.