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Two asthma treatment recommendations for health organizations - ModernMedicine



Two asthma treatment recommendations for health organizations 
ModernMedicine
The panel concluded that asthma phenotyping?determining the clinical characteristics of asthma?should be carried out at diagnosis, and not after the patient's condition is severe. ?Our hope is to prevent potentially poor outcomes before asthma ...

 


Asthma Clinical Trials Need to Include Patient-Reported Outcomes - Pulmonology Advisor



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Asthma Clinical Trials Need to Include Patient-Reported Outcomes 
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Asthma control is critical in preventing exacerbations and improving overall outcomes. For clinicians, patient-reported outcomes (PROs) provide a better way to grasp how patients are managing their disease because outcomes are closely tied to inhaler ...

 


Nuts could prevent asthma attacks - Sun Sentinel - Sun Sentinel



Nuts could prevent asthma attacks - Sun Sentinel 
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According to a recent study, a type of vitamin E found in nuts could tame inflammation in your airway and prevent asthma attacks. The vitamin also reduced the.

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Asthma Therapy Fasenra Obtains FDA Authorization - Lung Disease News



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Asthma Therapy Fasenra Obtains FDA Authorization 
Lung Disease News
Read about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approving Fasenra for severe asthma stemming from an over-abundance of certain immune cells.
GlaxoSmithKline's Nucala, buoyed by its medical organization ... FiercePharma

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Can trees in urban areas reduce the risk of asthma attacks? - Inquirer.net



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Can trees in urban areas reduce the risk of asthma attacks? 
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New research in the United Kingdom suggests that the risk of asthma attacks in polluted urban areas can be reduced if the area also includes plenty of trees. Led by Dr. Ian Alcock, research fellow at the University of Exeter's Medical School, the study ...
Tree-lined neighbourhoods may prevent asthma: study The Hindu

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Asthma attacks reduced in tree-lined urban neighborhoods ... - Science Daily



Asthma attacks reduced in tree-lined urban neighborhoods ... 
Science Daily
People living in polluted urban areas are far less likely to be admitted to hospital with asthma when there are lots of trees in their neighborhood, a new study has ...

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Tree-Lined Suburbs Induce Fewer Asthma Attacks - IFLScience



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Tree-Lined Suburbs Induce Fewer Asthma Attacks 
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Dr Ian Alcock of the University of Exeter found that tree density was strongly related to reduced asthma attacks. An urban area with 300 more trees per square kilometer (770 per square mile) could have 50 fewer emergency asthma cases reported per 100 ...

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AstraZeneca ticks another box as US approves severe asthma drug - CNBC



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Asthma and food allergies predictable at age 1, study finds: Findings ... - Science Daily



Asthma and food allergies predictable at age 1, study finds: Findings ... 
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Using data from more than 2300 children from across Canada participating in the CHILD Study, the researchers evaluated the presence of AD and allergic ...

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Landmark study identifies asthma in infants | Managed Healthcare ... - ModernMedicine



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Landmark study identifies asthma in infants | Managed Healthcare ... 
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A landmark study shows how clinicians may be able to identify whether asthma will develop in patients as young as one-year-old. Children at one-year-old who ...
Aimmune Therapeutics to Host Investor Symposium on Peanut Allergy Treatment with Leading Expert Allergists on ... Markets Insider
Asthma and food allergies can be predicted at age one: Study ... Channel NewsAsia
Children With Eczema and Food Allergies At Increased Risk of ... MedicalResearch.com (blog)

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