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National Survey Reveals Patients Want More Treatment Options WASHINGTON, May 3, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today on World Asthma Day 2011, despite decades of progress on the management and control of asthma - more research, better understanding and powerful treatments - millions of people with severe asthma are still living with serious, frequent, life-threatening symptoms.
Experimental research in bisphenol A, (BPA) suggests that prenatal BPA exposure causes asthma in mice.
Gasping for breath during a workout may be more than just a sign that youâ€™re out of shape.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Teva Respiratory today announced Los Angeles, Calif.
Federal health officials said Wednesday that asthma is increasing and that one in 12 Americans now say they have the respiratory disease.
The vitamin D levels of newborn babies appear to predict their risk of respiratory infections during infancy and the occurrence of wheezing during early childhood, but not the risk of developing asthma.
A school-based intervention program helped New York City high school students with moderate to severe asthma better manage their symptoms, dramatically reducing the need for urgent care, including hospitalizations and emergency room visits.
A childâ€™s chances of developing allergies or wheezing is related to how he or she grew at vital stages in the womb, according to scientists from the University of Southampton.
HORSHAM, Pa., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Teva Respiratory announced today the launch of EIB Active, a national health campaign to raise awareness about exercise-induced bronchospasm, or EIB, a condition that impacts an estimated 30 million people in the United States.
A new academic study led by UCLA scientists has found that even brief exposure to ultrafine pollution particles near a Los Angeles freeway is potent enough to boost the allergic inflammation that exacerbates asthma.