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  • Obesity not a risk factor for acute respiratory illnesses, study finds
    Post time: Mar-23-2018

    Although obesity has been considered a risk factor for more-severe cases of the flu, a new study found that it is not a risk factor for severe acute respiratory illnesses, including the flu, in children or adults. The prospective study, conducted by doctors at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center,...Read more »

  • Quintupling inhaler medication may not prevent asthma attacks in children
    Post time: Mar-20-2018

    Children with mild to moderate asthma do not benefit from a common practice of increasing their inhaled steroids at the first signs of an asthma exacerbation, according to clinical trial results published in The New England Journal of Medicine. Researchers found short-term increases in inha...Read more »

  • FEELLiFE Team in Medical Fair India 2018
    Post time: Mar-19-2018

    Medical Fair India 2018 was successfully held in Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, India from Mar.16th-18th. The Medical Fair India 2018 is sponsored by Messe Düsseldorf GmbH and its subsidiary in India. It is a brand medical exhibition in India, which affects the whole ...Read more »

  • The relevant department leaders visited Feellife, to investigate and explore the solution of nebulization ecology
    Post time: Mar-16-2018

    March 15th morning, relevant department leaders visited Shenzhen Feellife Medical Inc (hereinafter referred to as "Feellife")for research and guidance. They form a research group to investigate the actual operation of the nebulization industry and to jointly explore the solution of nebu...Read more »

  • Bad Air Quality and Pneumonia
    Post time: Mar-15-2018

    Air pollution trapped by winter inversions along Utah's Wasatch Front, the state's most populated region, is estimated to send more than 200 people to the emergency room with pneumonia each year, according to a study by University of Utah Health and Intermountain Healthcare. Bad air qual...Read more »

  • Serious Asthma Attacks Reduced by Temporary Quadrupling of Steroid Inhaler, Study Finds
    Post time: Mar-14-2018

    Serious asthma attacks in adults can be reduced by a temporary but significant increase in the dose of inhaled steroids during severe episodes of asthma, according to a new UK-wide study led by asthma experts at the University of Nottingham. Previous research at the University has found that dou...Read more »

  • Putting an end to allergic reactions: Newly found mechanism could pave the way
    Post time: Mar-13-2018

    Researchers have found a new mechanism in which an antibody can prevent allergic reactions in a broad range of patients. The breakthrough could pave the way for a far more effective allergy medicine. There was great excitement in the laboratory when researchers from Aarhus University recently di...Read more »

  • Asthma and ibuprofen: What are the effects?
    Post time: Mar-12-2018

    Ibuprofen is a painkiller that can be bought over the counter without a prescription. It is known as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug or NSAIDs. People who have asthma are advisedto take ibuprofen with caution. If a person with asthma takes ibuprofen as a painkiller, it can cause sympt...Read more »

  • Immune signature predicts asthma susceptibility
    Post time: Mar-10-2018

    Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease driven by the interplay of genetics, environmental factors and a diverse cast of immune cells. In their latest study, researchers at La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology (LJI) identified a subset of T cells, whose frequency serves as early childh...Read more »

  • New molecular target could help ease asthma
    Post time: Mar-09-2018

    Researchers at UC Davis Health and Albany Medical College have shown that the protein vascular endothelial growth factor A — or VEGFA — plays a major role in the inflammation and airway obstruction associated with asthma. The finding, published online in the Journal of Allergy a...Read more »

  • Environmental exposures more determinant of respiratory health than inherited genetics
    Post time: Mar-07-2018

    Researchers have found strong evidence that environmental exposures, including air pollution, affect gene expressions associated with respiratory diseases much more than genetic ancestry. The study, published today in Nature Communications, analyzed more than 1.6 million data points from bi...Read more »

  • Moms Who Smoke and Lung Function of Their Kids
    Post time: Mar-06-2018

    Tobacco smoke exposure during pregnancy is worse for children with asthma than postnatal secondhand smoke exposure, according to a new study in the journal CHEST® A new study published in the journal CHEST® highlights the burden of obstructive lung disease in US children and implicates...Read more »

  • Improving pediatric asthma care is possible
    Post time: Mar-05-2018

    Pediatric asthma is the most common chronic childhood condition and a leading cause of pediatric hospital admissions. New study findings published in the March issue of Hospital Pediatrics shows improved personalized inpatient assessments can enhance the accuracy of the prescribed asth...Read more »

  • How can nonsmokers get COPD?
    Post time: Mar-01-2018

    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, known as COPD, is a common condition most often associated with smoking. However, nonsmokers, and even people who have never smoked, can also develop the disease. According to 2011 research, just over 20 percent of people diagnosed with COPD are nonsmokers...Read more »

  • PARI LC Plus And PRONEB Ultra Used In Two Perforomist Studies On Improving COPD Therapies
    Post time: Feb-28-2018

    In two recent COPD studies sponsored by DEY LP, PARI's LC Plus nebulizer and PRONEB compressors (Ultra and Ultra II) were used to show that nebulized formoterol fumarate (Perforomist, DEY LP, Mylan Inc.) improves pulmonary function."We are pleased that researchers chose PARI products as...Read more »

  • Just breathing’ is enough to spread flu
    Post time: Feb-27-2018

    Just breathing out — without coughing or sneezing — is enough for a person with the flu to spread the virus, according to new research led by the University of Maryland in College Park. "People with flu," explains senior author Donald K. Milton, professor of environmental health at th...Read more »

  • Cleaning at Home as Bad for Lungs as Smoking?
    Post time: Feb-24-2018

    Women who work as cleaners or regularly use cleaning sprays or other cleaning products at home appear to experience a greater decline in lung function over time than women who do not clean, according to new research published online in the American Thoracic Society's American Journal of...Read more »

  • Female hormones may be linked to asthma, study suggests
    Post time: Feb-23-2018

    Fluctuations in female sex hormones could play a role in the development of allergies and asthma, a major review of evidence suggests. Analysis of studies involving more than 500,000 women highlights a link between asthma symptoms and key life changes such as puberty and menopause. Further inves...Read more »

  • New fuel standards will decrease childhood asthma cases
    Post time: Feb-10-2018

    Marine shipping fuels will get a whole lot cleaner in 2020 when a regulation by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) requires fuels to contain 80-86 percent less sulphur. This is the most significant improvement in global fuel standards for the shipping industry in 100 years, intended t...Read more »

  • Unusual lung structures may raise risk of pulmonary disease
    Post time: Feb-07-2018

    The internal anatomy of our lungs is surprisingly variable, and some of those variations are associated with a greater risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a new study led by researchers at McGill University and the Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found. The variat...Read more »

  • Ways to Cut Asthma Flare-Ups at Home
    Post time: Feb-05-2018

    1.Wash Your Bed Linens Every Week Dust mites are the most common trigger of allergic asthma attacks. The bugs love to burrow in sheets, blankets, comforters, and pillows. Clear them out by washing your sheets in hot water (about 130 F) at least once a week. Then pop them in a hot dryer for a ful...Read more »

  • New explanation for why airways close in asthma holds promise for future class of drugs
    Post time: Feb-03-2018

    Houston Methodist researchers have a new explanation for what causes the lungs' airways to close during asthma attacks that could change the lives of the 300 million people worldwide who suffer from asthma. The discovery holds promise for developing a new class of drugs that is radically dif...Read more »

  • Congratulations to the FEELLiFE team for their great success in Arab Health 2018!
    Post time: Feb-02-2018

    Arab Health 2018 was successfully held in Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 29.Jan-1.Feb, 2018.  Congratulations to the FEELLiFE team for their great success in this exhibition. As the leading comporation of Chinese nebulization industry, FEELLiFE has drew a lot...Read more »

  • FEELLiFE is looking forward to see you at Arab Health 2018 !
    Post time: Jan-29-2018

    Arab Health is the largest gathering of healthcare and trade professionals in the MENA region. The 2018 edition of the event is expected to welcome more than 4,200 exhibiting companies and 103,000 attendees from 150+ countries.  Today is the first day of Arab Health 2018. FEELLiFE team...Read more »

  • Flu may be spread just by breathing, take steps to protect your families
    Post time: Jan-25-2018

    It is easier to spread the influenza virus (flu) than previously thought, according to a new University of Maryland-led study released today. People commonly believe that they can catch the flu by exposure to droplets from an infected person's coughs or sneezes or by touching contaminated su...Read more »

  • New asthma biomarkers identified from lung bacteria
    Post time: Jan-22-2018

    While the microbiome has gained significant attention for its impact on digestive health in recent years, its effect on lung disease has largely remained unstudied. Dr. Patricia Finn says this is a missed opportunity. "The microbiome is the ecosystem of good and bad bacteria living in the b...Read more »

  • What are the best ways to diagnose and manage asthma?
    Post time: Jan-19-2018

    What are the best ways to diagnose and manage asthma in adults? This can be tricky because asthma can stem from several causes and treatment often depends on what is triggering the asthma. A team of experts from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston examined the current information...Read more »

  • 6 tips for exercising with asthma or allergies
    Post time: Jan-15-2018

    Allergies and asthma can make exercise more challenging. But if your condition is well managed and you take a few precautions, you should be able to work out without worry. There is no reason why you should avoid exercise when suffering from asthma or allergies. While som...Read more »

  • For city kids with asthma, telemedicine and in-school care cut ER visits in half
    Post time: Jan-12-2018

    Children with asthma in the Rochester City School District who received a combination of telemedicine support and school-based medication therapy were almost half as likely to need an emergency room or hospital visit for their asthma, according to new research from the University of Rochester Me...Read more »

  • Take home treatment! Don’t waste any time when children have an asthma attack
    Post time: Jan-11-2018

    Parents of young children with asthma often recognize signs that their child is about to have an asthma attack but delay home treatment until the attack occurs, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis report. Results of the study, published in the Annals of Alle...Read more »

  • How the lungs of premature babies can undergo damage
    Post time: Jan-10-2018

    The lungs are one of the last organs to undergo full maturation in a baby's body. Children that are born very prematurely do not have fully developed lungs, and are therefore more susceptible to associated complications. The most common of these is a chronic lung disease known as bronchopulm...Read more »

  • Resveratrol may be an effective intervention for lung aging
    Post time: Jan-08-2018

    In a study led by Barbara Driscoll, PhD, of The Saban Research Institute of Children's Hospital Los Angeles, researchers demonstrate, for the first time that inhaled resveratrol treatments slow aging-related degenerative changes in mouse lung. Lung aging, characterized by airspace enlargemen...Read more »

  • Consuming sugary drinks during pregnancy may increase asthma risk in mid-childhood
    Post time: Jan-06-2018

    Children between the ages of 7 and 9 may be at greater risk for developing asthma if they consumed high amounts of fructose in early childhood or their mothers drank a lot of sugar-sweetened beverages while pregnant, according to new research published online in the Annals of the American T...Read more »

  • Nebulizers vs. inhalers——Which one is the better choice for people with COPD?
    Post time: Jan-05-2018

    Overview The goal of drug treatment for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is to reduce the number and severity of attacks. This helps improve your overall health, including your ability to exercise. The most commonly prescribed form of treatment in COPD is inh...Read more »

  • Gene therapy could ‘turn off’ severe allergies
    Post time: Jan-02-2018

    A single treatment giving life-long protection from severe allergies such as asthma could be made possible by immunology research at The University of Queensland. A team led by Associate Professor Ray Steptoe at the UQ Diamantina Institute has been able to 'turn-off' the immune response ...Read more »

  • Exposure to larger air particles linked to increased risk of asthma in children
    Post time: Dec-29-2017

    Exposure to environmental pollutants during pregnancy may increase the risk of asthma for as many as three consecutive generations, according to new research. The study is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology — Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. Research...Read more »

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