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Researchers Shed Light on Asthma's Mysteries - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Researchers Shed Light on Asthma's Mysteries
Wall Street Journal
Doctors increasingly are recognizing that as many as half of asthma sufferers have a form of the lung disease known as nonallergic asthma. Some medications that help control symptoms of the more familiar allergic asthma aren't as effective in ...
Be Well: Phthalates may raise asthma risk in childrenBoston Globe
Prenatal Phthalate Exposure May Cause Childhood AsthmaLung Disease News
Phthalates Heighten Risk for Childhood AsthmaHealthCanal.com

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Stress at work increases risk of developing asthma, according to major new ... - The Independent

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Stress at work increases risk of developing asthma, according to major new ...
The Independent
An international team of researchers analysed data from more than 7,000 workers and, even allowing for other risk factors such as smoking and being overweight, discovered that work-related stress raises the risk of developing asthma. “This study has ...
Job Worries Can Raise Asthma Risk, Study SaysWebMD
Concern over job loss linked to first asthma attackshelpmeoutDOC News - A consistent flow of medical news
Job loss fears may trigger asthmaWebMD.Boots.com
KSBY San Luis Obispo News -Times of Malta
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How dangerous is this new respiratory enterovirus? - Boston Globe

Boston Globe

How dangerous is this new respiratory enterovirus?
Boston Globe
A spike in the number of children brought to local hospitals with breathing trouble suggests the fast-spreading respiratory infection called Enterovirus 68 (EV-D68) may have finally reached Massachusetts. No cases have been confirmed thus far, but the ...
CDC confirms respiratory virus that affects children is in GeorgiaWSB Atlanta
Latest enterovirus strain can cause respiratory problems in childrenCTV News
Four cases of rare respiratory disease confirmed in West VirginiaCharleston Gazette
KATV -The Paulding County Progress
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Lawyer: Exonerated NYC Man Dies From Asthma Attack - ABC News

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Lawyer: Exonerated NYC Man Dies From Asthma Attack
ABC News
A New York City man freed after serving 23 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit died over the weekend, his attorney said Monday. William Lopez passed away on Saturday due to complications from an asthma attack, attorney Dennis Kelly said.
Lawyer: Bronx Man Exonerated After 23 Years In Prison Dies From Asthma AttackCBS Local
Exonerated NYC Man Dies From Asthma Attack: LawyerNBC New York
New York man exonerated after 23 years in prison diesCBS News

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The Weird New Link Between Work Stress And...Asthma? - Prevention.com

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The Weird New Link Between Work Stress And...Asthma?
Prevention.com
Worried your head may soon be on the chopping block? Even if you've never had breathing issues, worrying about losing your job could increase your risk for asthma, suggests a new BMJ study from European and New Zealand researchers.

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Boston Children's Hospital sees uptick in respiratory illnesses - Boston Globe

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Boston Children's Hospital sees uptick in respiratory illnesses
Boston Globe
Boston Children's Hospital has admitted 90 patients with respiratory illness over the last eight days, triple the number admitted during the same period last year, hospital officials said. Samples are being tested for enterovirus D68, the unusual virus ...
Serious respiratory illness has arrived in Seattleseattlepi.com
Rare Respiratory Illness Sickening Children Across the CountryTIME
Children with flu-like symptoms may have new respiratory virusThe Star Beacon
Colorado Springs Gazette -wivb.com -CBC.ca
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Take-Home Tests Can Help Diagnose Sleep Apnea - NY1

NY1

Take-Home Tests Can Help Diagnose Sleep Apnea
NY1
It's a take-home test like no other, one in which sleeping gets you high marks. NY1's Shazia Khan has more on home sleep studies in our Health and Medicine Report. "The bed was better than mine,” said 61-year-old Wanda Fuller. But still, she says could ...

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Reversing the effects of pulmonary fibrosis with a microRNA mimic - Yale News

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Reversing the effects of pulmonary fibrosis with a microRNA mimic
Yale News
Yale University researchers are studying a potential new treatment that reverses the effects of pulmonary fibrosis, a respiratory disease in which scars develop in the lungs and severely hamper breathing. The treatment uses a microRNA mimic, miR-29 ...
Pulmonary fibrosis reversed with microRNA mimic treatmenthelpmeoutDOC News - A consistent flow of medical news
Trial Data Supporting Safety and Efficacy of FibroGen FG-3019 Idiopathic ...Pulmonary Hypertension News

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Cape hospitals gird for severe respiratory virus - Capecodonline

Cape hospitals gird for severe respiratory virus
Capecodonline
"Many of these children had asthma or a history of wheezing," the CDC website said. The buildup of mucus can set off bronchial spasms, particularly in asthmatic patients, Heard said. He said treatment for EV-D68 includes fluids, increased use of an ...
Kids' respiratory illness raising state alarmsSouthCoastToday.com
This week: the respiratory virus affecting many childrenWRVO Public Media

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Respiratory Illness Hits Hundreds of School-Age Children - Guardian Liberty Voice

Guardian Liberty Voice

Respiratory Illness Hits Hundreds of School-Age Children
Guardian Liberty Voice
In those who have asthma or other respiratory diseases, this virus can cause the inability to catch one's breath or get sufficient oxygen into the lungs. The current treatment options are limited to symptom management and keeping the affected ...
Officials: New respiratory virus coming to ArizonaYuma Sun
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Severe respiratory ailment affecting childrenSeacoastonline.com
Norwalk Reflector -Washington Post
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