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  • Can scientists change mucus to make it easier to clear, limiting harm to lungs?
    Post time: 11-19-2018

    For healthy people, mucus is our friend. It traps potential pathogens so our airways can dispatch nasty bugs before they cause harm to our lungs. But for people with conditions such as cystic fibrosis (CF) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), mucus can get too thick and sticky; cou...Read more »

  • Feellife in Medica 2018
    Post time: 11-16-2018

    Congratulations to Medica 2018 on a successful run from November 12-15! The Medica is the world's largest medical trade fair for medical technology, electromedical equipment, laboratory equipment, diagnostics and pharmaceuticals. The fair takes place once a year in Dusseldorf and is open to ...Read more »

  • Hypertonic saline may help babies with cystic fibrosis breathe better
    Post time: 11-14-2018

    Babies with cystic fibrosis may breathe better by inhaling hypertonic saline, according to a randomized controlled trial conducted in Germany and published in the American Thoracic Society's American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. In "Preventive Inhalation of Hy...Read more »

  • Air pollution is associated with increased emergency department visits for heart and lung disease
    Post time: 11-09-2018

    Outdoor air pollution is a major health threat worldwide. New research by George Mason University found that exposure to certain air pollutants is linked to increased emergency department (ED) visits for respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Mason Assistant Professor of Global and Community H...Read more »

  • Benzodiazepines in patients with COPD and PTSD may increase suicide risk
    Post time: 11-07-2018

    Long-term use of benzodiazepine medications in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, as well as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may lead to increased suicide risk, according to a study published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society. In "Ris...Read more »

  • Trial finds diet rich in fish helps fight asthma
    Post time: 11-05-2018

    A clinical trial led by La Trobe University has shown eating fish such as salmon, trout and sardines as part of a healthy diet can reduce asthma symptoms in children. The international study found children with asthma who followed a healthy Mediterranean diet enriched with fatty fish had improve...Read more »

  • Mucus, cough and chronic lung disease
    Post time: 11-02-2018

    As a cold ends, a severe mucus cough starts. Sound familiar? Two studies now give explanations: First, crucial mechanisms of the mucus in both diseased and healthy airways; second, what happens in such chronic lung diseases as cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). &qu...Read more »

  • Air pollution leads to millions of ER visits for asthma attacks worldwide
    Post time: 10-26-2018

    Nine to 33 million visits to the emergency room (ER) for asthma worldwide may be triggered by breathing in air polluted by ozone or fine particulate matter — pollutants that can enter the lung's deep airways, according to a study published today. Scientists have long known that breathi...Read more »

  • Protein found in patients with severe asthma can help identify who would benefit from targeted drugs
    Post time: 10-25-2018

    In a novel study, researchers succeeded in identifying patients with a form of severe asthma (type 2 endotype) by measuring periostin concentrations in their airways. These patients with the type 2 (T2) endotype may benefit from newly developed targeted treatments that have the potential to tran...Read more »

  • 7th International Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Conference——Feellife talk about the application of nebulizer therapy in respiratory disease
    Post time: 10-24-2018

    COPD Conference 2018 is a common platform designed for International medical health professionals and pulmonologists to facilitate the dissemination and application of research findings related to COPD. The COPD conference provides a global forum for discussions about new innovations to Inte...Read more »

  • Common genetic link in lung ailments
    Post time: 10-23-2018

    An international research team led by members of the University of Colorado School of Medicine faculty has identified a genetic connection between rheumatoid arthritis-associated interstitial lung disease and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. The findings are published in the current issue of the&n...Read more »

  • Allergy research: Test predicts outcome of hay fever therapies
    Post time: 10-22-2018

    Allergen-specific immunotherapy can make everyday life much more pleasant for allergy sufferers and provide long-term protection against asthma. It is unclear, however, what exactly happens during this treatment. A team at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Helmholtz Zentrum München in...Read more »

  • Polluted city neighborhoods are bad news for asthmatic children
    Post time: 10-20-2018

    Children with asthma who grow up in a New York City neighborhood where air pollution is prevalent need emergency medical treatment more often than asthmatics in less polluted areas. This is according to researchers from Columbia University in the US in a new study published in the Springer Natur...Read more »

  • Asthma may contribute to childhood obesity epidemic
    Post time: 10-19-2018

    Toddlers with asthma are more likely to become obese children, according to an international study led by USC scientists. The finding is a turnabout for children's health as obesity has often been seen as a precursor to asthma in children, not the other way around. The study, conducted by a ...Read more »

  • New way to eliminate allergen-induced asthma attacks
    Post time: 10-12-2018

    Around the globe, an estimated 235 million people suffer from asthma. Most people are able to manage their symptoms and live healthy, active lives. However, for some, current treatments are not effective. Managing symptoms can be difficult because triggers are lurking everywhere. "At one po...Read more »

  • Have Asthma and a Pet? Don’t Fret?
    Post time: 10-08-2018

    A study from the Nationwide Children's Hospital analyzed environmental exposures, like pet and secondhand smoke, to determine if they have a role in asthma control among children whose asthma is managed per NAEPP (EPR-3) guidelines. Researchers found that once asthma guidelines are followed,...Read more »

  • Green space near home during childhood linked to fewer respiratory problems in adulthood
    Post time: 09-29-2018

    Children who have access to green spaces close to their homes have fewer respiratory problems, such as asthma and wheezing, in adulthood, according to new research presented today (Wednesday) at the European Respiratory Society International Congress [1]. In contrast, children who are exposed to...Read more »

  • People with COPD suffer fewer lung-related problems when treated with targeted lung denervation
    Post time: 09-28-2018

    First results from a clinical trial of a procedure to open obstructed airways in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have shown that it significantly reduces problems associated with the disease and is safe. Presenting findings from the AIRFLOW 2 phase II clinical trial, t...Read more »

  • Cooking with wood or coal is linked to increased risk of respiratory illness and death
    Post time: 09-27-2018

    Burning wood or coal to cook food is associated with increased risk of hospitalization or dying from respiratory diseases, according to new research conducted in China and published online in the American Thoracic Society's American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Abo...Read more »

  • Lung inflammation from childhood asthma linked with later anxiety
    Post time: 09-26-2018

    Persistent lung inflammation may be one possible explanation for why having asthma during childhood increases your risk for developing anxiety later in life, according to Penn State researchers. In a study with mice, researchers found that childhood exposure to allergens was linked with persiste...Read more »

  • Investigational steroid mirrors prednisone’s benefits while taming its side effects
    Post time: 09-25-2018

    A head-to-head trial comparing the decades-old steroid, prednisone, and a promising new steroid, vamorolone, finds both act on the same key set of genetic pathways involved in controlling inflammation, indicates a new study led by Children's National Health System researchers. However, the s...Read more »

  • Research sheds light on a novel disease mechanism in chronic smokers
    Post time: 09-21-2018

    Research published in the journal Clinical Sciencesuggests that an immune signalling protein called interleukin (IL)-26 is increased among chronic smokers with lung disease and this involvement reveals disease mechanisms of interest for developing more effective therapy for these hard-to-tr...Read more »

  • Stem cell therapy drug may protect against smoke-related COPD symptoms
    Post time: 09-20-2018

    A drug used in stem cell therapy to treat certain cancers may also protect against cigarette smoke-induced lung injury. The study, published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology — Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, was chosen as an APSselect article for July....Read more »

  • Father’s obesity in early puberty doubles asthma-risk for future offspring
    Post time: 09-19-2018

    An international EU-study (ALEC), including researchers from the Centre for International Health at the University of Bergen, has shown that the period between the age of eight and puberty is particularly important for lung health later in life. "If one gains a lot of weight during this per...Read more »

  • Inhaled steroids may increase risk of nontuberculous mycobacteria lung infections
    Post time: 09-18-2018

    Patients using inhaled steroids to control asthma and other breathing problems may be at greater risk for developing nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) lung infections, according to new research published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society. NTM are in the same family as tu...Read more »

  • Testosterone replacement therapy may slow the progression of COPD
    Post time: 09-17-2018

    Researchers from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston found that testosterone replacement therapy may slow disease progression of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The paper is currently available in Chronic Respiratory Disease. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or ...Read more »

  • Obesity alters airway muscle function, increases asthma risk
    Post time: 09-15-2018

    New research suggests that obesity changes how airway muscles function, increasing the risk of developing asthma. The study is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology — Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. The prevalence of asthma and obesity — as both ...Read more »

  • Childhood exposure to secondhand smoke may increase risk of adult lung disease death
    Post time: 09-14-2018

    A new study suggests that long-term exposure to secondhand smoke during childhood increases the risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) death in adulthood. The study also suggests secondhand smoke exposure as an adult increases the risk of death not only from COPD but also several o...Read more »

  • Autoimmunity plays role in development of COPD
    Post time: 09-13-2018

    Autoimmunity plays a role in the development of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to a study led by Georgia State University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center that analyzed human genome information stored in Vanderbilt's DNA biobank. COPD is a group of diseases t...Read more »

  • Natural ‘breakdown’ of chemicals predicts lung damage in 9/11 firefighters
    Post time: 09-12-2018

    Abnormal levels of more than two dozen metabolites — chemicals produced in the body as it breaks down fats, proteins and carbohydrates — can reliably predict which Sept. 11 firefighters developed lung disease and which did not, a new analysis shows. Researchers say the results, publi...Read more »

  • Asthma and Excessive Airway Nerves
    Post time: 09-11-2018

    A new study implicates remodeling of nerves in the airways as a key contributor to heightened sensitivity and airway constriction in patients with asthma. The study published today in the journal Science Translational Medicine. The results provide new insight into a little-understood factor...Read more »

  • Genetics and pollution drive severity of asthma symptoms
    Post time: 09-10-2018

    Asthma patients, with a specific genetic profile, exhibit more intense symptoms following exposure to traffic pollution, according to researchers at the National Institutes of Health and collaborators. The study appeared online in Scientific Reports. The research team, made up of scientists...Read more »

  • Feellife team in Medical Philippines Expo 2018
    Post time: 09-07-2018

    Medical Philippines Expo is a 3 day event being held from 4th September to 6th September 2018 at the SMX Convention Center in Manila, Philippines. This is the only specialized medical, dental and pharmaceutical event in the Philippines that brings together an international congregation of Medical...Read more »

  • Growth in first 3 years of life affects respiratory health in children
    Post time: 09-04-2018

    Children's growth in the first three years of life affects the development of their lungs and the risk of asthma at 10 years of age. This is the main conclusion of a new study carried out by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), a centre supported by the "la Caixa" ...Read more »

  • Traveling with COPD
    Post time: 08-27-2018

    Having a chronic lung disease does not mean you have to give up traveling. People with COPD can still take vacations, visit friends and family and see the world. You will just need to do a little extra planning. You can have a safe and fun trip. The information on this page can help you plan fo...Read more »

  • The youngest smoke more
    Post time: 08-25-2018

    "Since 1970, campaigns against smoking seem to have been largely successful, but the message has not been able to reach the youngest ages," says professor Cecilie Svanes at Centre for International Health at The University of Bergen (UiB). The researchers in the large EU research proje...Read more »

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