Although a late flu shot is better than none, a new study out of Mexico reveals that healthcare workers who received early flu shots lost less time at work.
Rachael Zimlich, RN
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A new study finds that children with asthma that became obese by their 20s experienced increased airway obstruction—but without worsening symptoms.
A new study shows that qualified patients who decreased their asthma medications under physician supervision fared no worse than those that maintained their medication regimen.
Rather than prednisone or prednisolone to treat pediatric asthma exacerbations, a new study suggests dexamethasone may offer fewer side effects in a shorter amount of time.
Researchers in study of gut dysbiosis in infants say new finding could potentially yield a microbe-based asthma preventive treatment.
A new five-year study indicates that bronchial thermoplasty shows promise in keeping patients with asthma exacerbations out of the hospital.
A new report indicates the successes of early interventions through digital health applications to help manage COPD.
Benzodiazepine use in COPD patients linked to increased exacerbation, according to study out of Canada.
President Obama's plans for healthcare reform would result in about 27 million uninsured Americans by 2022, compared with Romney's 72 million, according to new analysis from the Commonwealth Fund.