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  • Alternative treatment for mild asthma
    Post time: May-18-2018

    A large international study led by a Hamilton researcher has found a patient-centric treatment that works for people with mild asthma. People with mild asthma are often prescribed a daily treatment regimen, but up to 80 per cent do not follow the routine, using inhalers only when they have an as...Read more »

  • Keeping kids with asthma out of the hospital
    Post time: May-17-2018

    Pediatric asthma takes a heavy toll on patients and families alike. Affecting more than 7 million children in the U.S., it's the most common nonsurgical diagnosis for pediatric hospital admission, with costs of more than $570 million annually. Understanding how to care for these young patien...Read more »

  • A high-fiber diet protects mice against the flu virus
    Post time: May-16-2018

    Dietary fiber increases survival in influenza-infected mice by setting the immune system at a healthy level of responsiveness, according to a preclinical study published May 15th in the journal Immunity. A high-fiber diet blunts harmful, excessive immune responses in the lungs while boostin...Read more »

  • Genetic variant discovery to help asthma sufferers
    Post time: May-15-2018

    Research from the University of Liverpool, published today in Lancet Respiratory Medicine, identifies a genetic variant that could improve the safety and effectiveness of corticosteroids, drugs that are used to treat a range of common and rare conditions including asthma, and chronic obstru...Read more »

  • COPD and Occupational Exposures
    Post time: May-10-2018

    An international team led by researchers from the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), a centre supported by the "la Caixa" Foundation, has provided new evidence about the role of occupational exposures as an important risk factor for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease ...Read more »

  • New test safely and accurately diagnoses peanut allergies
    Post time: May-09-2018

    Medical Research Council scientists have developed a new laboratory test to diagnose peanut allergy. The test has 98 per cent specificity and, unlike current options, it doesn't run the risk of false-positives or causing allergic reactions such as anaphylactic shock. The simple blood test is...Read more »

  • Correlation between secondhand marijuana and tobacco smoke exposure and children ED visits
    Post time: May-08-2018

    Children exposed to the combination of marijuana and tobacco smoke have increased emergency department (ED) visitation and otitis media episodes compared to children with no smoke exposure, according to a new survey being presented during the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) 2018 Meeting. This...Read more »

  • Common biological features of different types of asthma identified
    Post time: May-05-2018

    A team of researchers from the NIHR Leicester Biomedical Research Centre — a partnership between Leicester's Hospitals, the University of Leicester and Loughborough University — has identified biological variations in lung tissue samples that for the first time can help identify ...Read more »

  • Traffic-related pollution linked to risk of asthma in children
    Post time: May-03-2018

    Twenty-five million Americans suffer from asthma, a chronic lung disease that has been on the rise since the 1980s. While physicians have long known that smog and pollution can bring on an asthma attack among children and adults suffering from asthma, researchers remained uncertain about what ro...Read more »

  • Food allergy linked to skin exposure and genetics, study finds
    Post time: Apr-28-2018

    Infant and childhood food allergy, whose cause has long been a mystery, has now been linked to a mix of environmental and genetic factors that must coexist to trigger the allergy, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study. The factors contributing to food allergy include the genetics that alter ...Read more »

  • Asthma and hay fever linked to increased risk of psychiatric disorders
    Post time: Apr-24-2018

    Patients with asthma and hay fever have an increased risk of developing psychiatric disorders, finds a new study published in open-access journal Frontiers in Psychiatry. Almost 11% of patients with common allergic diseases developed a psychiatric disorder within a 15-year period, compared ...Read more »

  • Why don’t kids use their asthma medicines?
    Post time: Apr-20-2018

    In a new analysis of interviews conducted with children who have asthma, their caregivers and their clinicians, Johns Hopkins researchers found that there was significant lack of agreement about why the kids miss their needed daily anti-inflammatory medication. A report on the findings, publishe...Read more »

  • FEELLiFE Team In 15th Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition)
    Post time: Apr-17-2018

    The 15th Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) was successfully held in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from April.13th-16th. The Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) so far s the largest Asian spring electronics exhibition. During the exhibition, more...Read more »

  • Childhood Allergies and Infant Cleansing Wipes
    Post time: Apr-10-2018

    Infant and childhood food allergy, whose cause has long been a mystery, has now been linked to a mix of environmental and genetic factors that must coexist to trigger the allergy, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study. The factors contributing to food allergy include the genetics that alter ...Read more »

  • Why Boys Face Higher Respiratory Risk
    Post time: Apr-09-2018

    Human airways already demonstrate gender-based differences in DNA methylation signatures at birth, providing an early hint of which infants may be predisposed to develop respiratory disorders like asthma later in life, a research team reports in a paper published online April 3, 2018, in Sc...Read more »

  • Three-quarters of COPD cases are linked to childhood risk factors that are exacerbated in adulthood
    Post time: Apr-08-2018

    Three-quarters of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) cases have their origins in poor lung function pathways beginning in childhood. These pathways are associated with exposures in childhood, and amplified by factors in adulthood, according to a cohort study published in The Lancet Res...Read more »

  • Natural compound coupled with specific gut microbes may prevent severe flu
    Post time: Apr-03-2018

    Microbes that live in the gut don't just digest food. They also have far-reaching effects on the immune system. Now, a new study shows that a particular gut microbe can prevent severe flu infections in mice, likely by breaking down naturally occurring compounds — called flavonoids R...Read more »

  • Complex inhalers could prevent some patients from taking medicine, study suggests
    Post time: Apr-02-2018

    Respiratory disease patients with arthritis could struggle to manage their conditions because their inhalers are too fiddly for them to use, University of Bath research has found. Medical professionals should check that patients with respiratory diseases and rheumatoid arthritis can use their in...Read more »

  • 38% of Asthma in Kids from Air Pollution?
    Post time: Mar-28-2018

    New research highlights the impact of traffic-related air pollution on childhood asthma. The study also shows traffic-related air pollution could be specifically responsible for up to 24% of the total number of cases. An international team of researchers has used a newly developed model to asses...Read more »

  • Asthma costs the US economy more than $80 billion per year
    Post time: Mar-26-2018

    Asthma costs the U.S. economy more than $80 billion annually in medical expenses, missed work and school days and deaths, according to new research published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society. In "The Economic Burden of Asthma in the United States, 2008-2013," ...Read more »

  • 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 »

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