'More than one in 10 children with asthma are taking inhalers that may do nothing for them, UK researchers say.
In Britain alone, 100,000 children - 13% of all children with asthma - carry two copies of a gene that renders the blue inhaler drug salbutamol redundant.
If these children need to use their ""reliever"" inhaler daily they are 30% more likely to suffer an asthma attack than others, their study shows.'
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