Asthma News

 
 
  • Poor Asthma Control Linked With Kids' School Struggles Kids with asthma may struggle more in school when their symptoms aren't well-controlled, and minority students with this breathing disorder are more likely to fall behind than their white counterparts, a U.S. study suggests.
  • 'No Smoking' at Home May Not Apply to Vaping Parents who use both traditional and e-cigarettes may vape around kids at home and in cars even when they don't smoke around their kids, a U.S. study suggests.
  • Asthma Prevalence Three Times Higher in MS A new study shows a higher prevalence of asthma among multiple sclerosis patients. Reasons for the association are unknown but shared risk factors include vitamin D deficiency and smoking.
  • AAAAI 2019No Dangerous Effects With Peptide-Based Peanut Immunotherapy Early research shows that the formulation, which includes only the small peptide components of peanut protein that are believed to be critical for inducing tolerance in T-cells, is safe and effective.
  • Kids With Eczema May Sleep Poorly Kids with eczema - even mild eczema - may be more likely to have poor quality sleep than children who don't have this common skin disorder, a UK study suggests.
  • EU Panel Backs Dupilumab (Dupixent) for Moderate to Severe Asthma The CHMP recommends dupilumab for patients with moderate to severe asthma and increased blood eosinophil and/or raised fractional exhaled nitric oxide levels poorly controlled with other medications.
  • AAAAI 2019Peanut Antidote Served Boiled, Processed, and Packaged Three different studies of oral immunotherapy for peanut allergy in children show promise, giving hope to the parents of children affected by this life-threatening condition.
  • Kids With Asthma Often Leave Doctor's Office With Unanswered Questions Adolescents with asthma don't always speak up during doctor visits and often leave with questions, a study suggests.
  • AAAAI 2019Children Raised on Farms Avert Allergies Infants exposed to a diverse environment and animals have bacteria in their gut microbiomes that protect against atopy and asthma, new research shows, offering clues to future treatments.
  • AAAAI 2019Killing the Common Cold Virus With a DNAzyme Cleaver A catalytic DNA that slashes rhinovirus genomic RNA effectively wipes out 98% of strains, German researchers show in preliminary study that is garnering attention.
  • Alert EU Panel Recommends Fenspiride Suspension Because of Heart Risks The potential risk of serious heart rhythm problems associated with fenspiride prompts the EMA's safety committee to recommend suspending its use pending further review.
  • AAAAI 2019Historic Change Imminent in Food Allergy, Asthma Treatments Biologics, gene therapy, alterations to the microbiome, and immunotherapy are all dramatically changing the way allergy and asthma will be treated.
  • Mylan Launches Advair Generic at One-Third Price Mylan NV on Tuesday priced its generic version of GlaxoSmithKline's blockbuster asthma treatment Advair 70 percent lower than the branded medicine.
  • Guideline Outlines Step-down Therapy for Asthma A new 'yardstick' provides evidence-based guidance for stepping down therapy in patients who have achieved sustained asthma control.
  • Alert FDA Approves First Generic of Advair Diskus The Mylan generic comes in three strengths and is indicated for twice-daily treatment of asthma in patients as young as age 4 and for adults with COPD.
  • Antibiotics Tied to Longer Hospital Stays for Asthma Use of antibiotics among patients hospitalized for asthma exacerbations is associated with longer hospital stays, increased cost, and no reduction in the risk for treatment failure, new data show.
  • Misdiagnosis of Penicillin Allergy Common Most patients who report having a penicillin allergy are not really allergic to the antibiotic, and they may be missing out on the best treatment for their condition as a result, according to a report in JAMA January 15.
  • Daily Aspirin May Curb COPD Exacerbations Daily aspirin use appears to reduce the risk of exacerbations and have other beneficial effects in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to an observational study.
  • More Tobacco Retailers, Smoking-Related Illness in Poor Neighborhoods Much of the variation in smoking rates across American cities can be explained by the higher density of tobacco retailers in poor, nonwhite neighborhoods, a study of the 500 largest U.S. cities suggests.
  • As Their Landlord Profits, Soldiers Battle Unsafe Army Homes One set of photographs, posted on Instagram, captures a grand, crimson-colored banquet hall at a 100-acre Irish estate with two 18th century mansions. The owner has redecorated the residence in gilded mirrors and blue damask wallpaper with the help of a renowned interior designer and is having a personal golf course installed on the verdant grounds.
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