Asthma in the News – August

by Amanda Hochleutner | August 1, 2016 |

  1. Celiac disease may increase asthma risk by 60 percent: Study
  2. The Role Thumb-sucking and Nail-Biting on Allergies and Asthma: Should There Be Finger Pointing?
  3. Better primary care access cuts asthma admissions
  4. Early rhinovirus, aeroallergen sensitization linked to asthma persistence in adolescence
  5. Asthma: Obesity Is a Factor More in Girls than in Boys
  6. Asthma-Free With No Hay Fever? Thank Your Older Sibling
  7. CF Carriers May Also Be at Higher Risk for Asthma, Especially Those in Asia
  8. New Key to Asthma Therapy Could Be Protein Interleukin 33 – Lung Disease News
  9. Research backs yoga to improve quality of life – An Asthma Australia site
  10. AAFP Offers Free COPD, Asthma Resources for Physicians, Patients
  11. Certain red flags indicate an increased need for intensive care among patients with asthma
  12. Technology-Based Asthma Interventions Can Reduce the Health Outcomes Gap
  13. For kids with asthma, hospital care is comparable for Medicaid and non-Medicaid patients
  14. No evidence of large genetic effects on steroid response in asthma patients
  15. New primary care-based program improves asthma detection by 60%
  16. Time to Remove Black Box From LABAs for Asthma
  17. Use of antibiotics among patients hospitalized for exacerbations of asthma
  18. Study Finds Key Outcome Predictors For Reducing Asthma Therapy
  19. Scientists uncover structure of cold virus linked to severe asthma, respiratory infections in children
  20. FDA Approves Xolair for Kids with Persistent Asthma
  21. One-third of pediatric asthma patients experience exacerbations
  22. This Mobile Game Helps Children Prevent Asthma Attacks
  23. Asthma Control Is Poor or Worse in Most Patients with Adult-Onset Disease 12 Years after Diagnosis
  24. London’s Great Smog of 1952 Linked to Asthma Surge