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  • Why respiratory infections are more deadly in those with diabetes
    Why respiratory infections are more deadly in those with diabetes
    • 2019-11-11

    Since the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) first emerged in Saudi Arabia in 2012, there have been more than 2,400 confirmed cases of the infection, resulting in greater than 800 deaths -- an alarming fatality rate of 35 percent. For this reason, researchers have been eager to identify any risk factors that contribute to the development of severe or lethal disease. Current cl...

  • Nebulization therapy: 3 things to do and 3 things to avoid
    Nebulization therapy: 3 things to do and 3 things to avoid
    • 2019-11-05

    If you're about to turn on the nebulizer, wait just a moment. There are some things you need to learn to do first, like breathing through your mouth if you have bronchitis, for example, as well as some you must absolutely avoid, like sterilizing plastic ampoules in boiling water. When using a nebulizer, breathe through your mouth if you have bronchitis Using a nebulizer can certainly be very usefu...

  • Hinge-like protein may open new doors in cystic fibrosis treatment
    Hinge-like protein may open new doors in cystic fibrosis treatment
    • 2019-10-30

    In recent decades, treatment options for people with cystic fibrosis have improved dramatically. The newest drugs, known as potentiators, target a protein called cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator, which is mutated in people with the disease. Yet, while these medications can help some people with CF, they are far from perfect. Moreover, researchers haven't been able to figure out ...

  • Crimped or straight? Lung fiber shape influences elasticity
    Crimped or straight? Lung fiber shape influences elasticity
    • 2019-10-29

    Take a deep breath. Now exhale. Congratulations! You've just done something completely ordinary, yet so mysterious that scientists still don't know everything about it. How oxygen and carbon dioxide enter and leave the bloodstream is well known, but scientists are just beginning to understand what happens to respiratory tissues as they expand and contract with every breath. The answers they find c...

  • Nonsurgical treatment options effective for sinus issues
    Nonsurgical treatment options effective for sinus issues
    • 2019-10-22

    For sufferers of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS), surgery is often the only treatment option due to the severity of their condition. A new study led by a University of Cincinnati researcher may provide another option, however: in a recent clinical study, a regimen of combined oral and topical corticosteroids were effectively used to treat patients who suffer from severe CRS with nasal polyps. CRS is ...

  • Ex-smokers, light smokers not exempt from lung damage
    Ex-smokers, light smokers not exempt from lung damage
    • 2019-10-19

    People who smoke fewer than five cigarettes a day cause long-term damage to their lungs, according to a new study led by researchers at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons. "Many people assume that smoking a few cigarettes a day isn't so bad," says study leader Elizabeth Oelsner, MD, a Herbert Irving Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Vagelos College ...

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