Dietary fiber may protect against development of asthma
Australian researchers found that eating a high-fiber diet during pregnancy may help protect the baby from developing asthma.
Stress-fighting proteins give new hope for asthma cure
New research reveals that stress-busting proteins could open door to more effective asthma treatments and therapies.
Weight-loss surgery may reduce asthma-related ED visits
Study suggests safe, effective, non-surgical approaches to achieve major weight loss ideal for obese individuals with asthma.
Smoke-free rules can help shield kids from COPD
Researchers encourage smoke-free rules in homes, private cars, and outdoor children's play areas to help prevent and reduce long-term burden of COPD
Physical activity decreases over time in COPD patients
A new study finds that patients with COPD experience a decrease in physical activity over time, leading to further physical decline.
Women hospitalized more for asthma than men
A new study notes that while men and women have similar risk factors for asthma flare-ups, the latter are hospitalized at a greater rate.
Large-scale COPD patient network in the works
A large chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patient network is in the works.
Study: Checklist ticks off days from COPD hospital stays
A new study shows the positive effects of patient care checklists on those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Study: Weight loss key to manage asthma in obese adults
In obese adults with asthma, losing weight can help reduce asthma severity, according to the results of a Canadian study.
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