Do you know is turmeric useful when having a lung infection with asthma?

Turmeric. Quick answer: no. Turmeric is shown to have many likely health benefits in lab studies. It's potential benefit has not been proven in clinical trials. Unlike traditional single small molecule pharmaceuticals, neutraceticals are hard to study in clinical trials.

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My child has asthma are they more likely to get a lung infection caused by candida?

No. Candida pneumonitis is very rare in people with asthma. Viral and bacterial infections are much more likely in a child with asthma. Read more...
No. Candida tends to cause systemic infections only in those who are immunosuppressed so as those patients on chemotherapy or those patients with primary or secondary immune defiency such as HIV or scid. Read more...

Lung infection with sever asthma?

More common. Severe asthma reduces clearance of mucous and microoganisms (viruses & bacteria) from the lung. Long-standing severe asthma may lead to structural changes in the airway that compromise mucous clearance even more. Poor clearance of mucous & microorganisms from the breathing tubes is a clear risk factor for bronchitis and pneumonia. In children the leading risk factor for pneumonia is asthma. Read more...
Inhaled steroids. Recent studies have shown that asthmatics who employ inhaled steroids have an increased risk of pneumococcal pneumonia. Read more...