Study authors propose a new asthma patient “phenotype” in which a previous severe event is the sole predictor of another one.
Results of a recent study into the role of lipids in atopic asthma could help identify new targets for therapy.
Some find new meta-analysis results disturbing; others say they underscore the need for more focused research.
Nicotine amounts aren't constant among cigar brands Even smokers of the same brand may be exposed to varying doses of nicotine and other smoke constituents.
Severe asthma symptoms but low allergy and inflammation levels may mean poor response to guideline-based therapy.
Study: Among adolescents age 13-19 years, those with asthma were twice as likely to smoke as their healthy counterparts. Solutions?
USPSTF recommendations for TB screening in primary care and a challenge to the 2-state TB paradigm are some of the latest.
The findings of these 2 new studies are in contrast to those of previous trials, which had conflicting results.
The rate of events was higher in patients with late‐onset asthma—but not in those with early‐onset asthma—than in nonasthmatics.
Results of the NIDA teen survey sound promising but other experts maintain that even inhaling flavored vapor is a gateway to tobacco.