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  • Occupational hazards account for more than one in ten people with range of lung diseases
    Occupational hazards account for more than one in ten people with range of lung diseases
    • 2020-01-19

    More than 1 in 10 people with a range of non-cancerous lung diseases may be sick as a result of inhaling vapors, gas, dust or fumes at work, according to a joint American Thoracic Society and the European Respiratory Society statement published in the ATS's American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. In "The Occupational Burden of Nonmalignant Respiratory Diseases: An Official Amer...

  • Good physical fitness in middle age linked to lower chronic lung disease risk
    Good physical fitness in middle age linked to lower chronic lung disease risk
    • 2020-01-17

    Good heart and lung (cardiorespiratory) fitness in middle age is associated with a lower long term risk of chronic lung disease (COPD), suggests Danish research published online in the journal Thorax. Physical activity that boosts fitness should be encouraged "to delay development, progression and death from COPD," conclude the researchers. COPD, short for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is...

  • Genetic anomaly associated with poor response to common asthma treatment
    Genetic anomaly associated with poor response to common asthma treatment
    • 2020-01-15

    A new Cleveland Clinic study has uncovered a genetic anomaly associated with poor response to a common asthma treatment. The findings, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, showed that asthmatic patients with the gene variant are less likely to respond to glucocorticoids and often develop severe asthma. The research team, led by Nima Sharifi, M.D., of Cleveland Clinic'...

  • Nanoparticles wiggling through mucus may predict severe COPD
    Nanoparticles wiggling through mucus may predict severe COPD
    • 2020-01-13

    In a proof-of-concept experiment, researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine say they have successfully used microscopic human-made particles to predict the severity of patients' chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) by measuring how quickly the particles move through mucus samples. The technique, say the researchers, could eventually help doctors deliver more effective treatments sooner. "If ...

  • How to get rid of phlegm and mucus
    How to get rid of phlegm and mucus
    • 2020-01-09

    Taking the following actions can help to eliminate excess mucus and phlegm: 1. Keeping the air moist. Dry air irritates the nose and throat, causing more mucus to form as a lubricant. Placing a cool mist humidifier in the bedroom can promote better sleep, keeping the nose clear and preventing a sore throat. 2. Drinking plenty of fluids. The body needs to stay hydrated to keep mucus thin. When a pe...

  • Cancer drugs could potentially treat COPD
    Cancer drugs could potentially treat COPD
    • 2020-01-07

    New research has shown the potential for clinically available cancer treatments to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Scientists from the University of Sheffield have been investigating the effect of drugs used to treat a variety of cancers on this inflammatory response; the main driver of lung damage in people living with COPD. COPD slowly develops over many years -- often patien...

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