9 questions teens with asthma want to ask GPs

They're more likely to learn how to self-manage if GP talk to them rather than their parents in the consult, study shows

Teenagers with asthma have questions about their condition, but they rarely voice them in a consultation, a US study shows.

Immediately before a consultation, the researchers gave each of 185 adolescents (aged 11-17) with persistent asthma a list of 22 questions they might want to ask their doctor.