Advanced Search
Current and Breaking News for Professionals, Consumers and Media

Click here to learn how to advertise on this site and for ad rates.

Asthma Issues Author: Staff Editor Last Updated: May 28, 2013 - 11:39:51 AM

Users of Last CFC Inhalers Must Soon Switch

By Staff Editor
May 28, 2013 - 11:35:17 AM

Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon Sign up for our Ezine
For Email Marketing you can trust

Email this article
 Printer friendly page

( - The last two inhalers in the U.S. that contain ozone-damaging chloroflurocarbons (CFCs) will be taken off the market before the end of this year. People with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who use Combivent Inhalation Aerosol and Maxair Autohaler should talk to their health care providers about a prescription for an alternative.

Read this Consumer Update to learn how to avoid the triggers that cause these diseases and to treat symptoms with alternative inhalers without CFCs.


For advertising and promotion on, call or email Mike McCurdy at: 877-634-9180 or [email protected] are syndicated worldwide and have over 7,000 journalists as subscribers who may use our content for their own media.


Top of Page

Asthma Issues
Latest Headlines

+ Novel Approach to Treating Asthma: Neutralize the Trigger
+ Genetic Damage Caused by Asthma Shows Up in Circulating Blood Stream, Too
+ Got Asthma? Colds, Viruses, and the Flu Can Mean Extra Trouble
+ Why the Common Cold Worsens Asthma
+ If your Child Has Asthma, Be Especially Aware of the Enterovirus
+ No Harm in Yoga: But Not Much Help for Asthma Sufferers
+ American Lung Association Interested In Hearing from Smoking Asthmatics
+ Asthma Drug Aids Simultaneous Desensitization to Several Food Allergies
+ Prenatal Vitamin A Deficiency Tied to Postnatal Asthma
+ Rare Genetic Variations May Account for Severe Reaction to LABA Drugs in Some Asthmatics

Contact Us | Job Listings | Help | Site Map | About Us
Advertising Information | HND Press Release | Submit Information | Disclaimer

Site hosted by Sanchez Productions