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    1. Asthma Common in College Athletes?

      Sept. 7, 2007 -- Many college athletes may have exercise-induced asthma and not know it, a new study shows. In exercise-induced asthma, the airways narrow during or shortly after exercise. The new study on exercise-induced asthma included 107 varsity athletes at Ohio State University. Their sports i

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    2. Aggressive New Asthma Tactics

      Aug. 29, 2007 - New NIH asthma guidelines promise to make a child's asthma milder and to prevent severe asthma attacks before they happen. The guidelines come from a panel of asthma experts convened by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). They closely follow the 2002 update of the

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    3. Poor Diet May Affect Teen Asthma

      July 9, 2007 -- New research on asthma and diet shows that teens with poor diets may be more likely than their peers to have asthma symptoms and worse lung function. The findings come from a study of some 2,100 teens in 12 U.S. and Canadian communities. In a nutshell, the teens with less than ideal

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    4. Xolair Gets 'Black Box' Warning

      July 3, 2007 -- The asthma drug Xolair has a new "black box" warning about severe, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction (anaphylaxis). In February, the FDA requested Xolair's maker, Genentech, to put the boxed warning on Xolair. Now, those warnings have been added to Xolair's packaging. Bl

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    5. Infants and Antibiotics: Asthma Risk?

      June 11, 2007 -- Infants who receive antibiotics in their first year of life are more likely to develop asthma by age 7, and multiple courses of the drugs boost the risk more, a Canadian study suggests. "In children receiving five or more courses of antibiotics in the first year, the risk of asthma

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    6. Most Asthma Out of Control

      June 1, 2007 -- Despite treatment and access to health care, more than half of asthma patients can't keep their illness under control. The finding comes from an Internet survey of 1,812 people with moderate-to-severe asthma. Each patient filled out a five-item questionnaire that assessed the degree

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    7. Many Teens Exposed to Secondhand Smoke

      May 24, 2007 -- Secondhand smoke is part of daily life for many youths worldwide, and it may make children more likely to get asthma and teens more likely to smoke. That's according to two separate studies -- one from the CDC and one from a researcher at Columbia University's Mailman School of Publi

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    8. Electronic 'Nose' May Note Asthma

      May 21, 2007 -- European researchers today announced early success in their efforts to build an electronic "nose" to help diagnose asthma. The experimental device measures volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in patients' exhaled breath. "A person's breath contains a mixture of thousands of VOCs that m

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    9. New Options for Mild Asthma Treatment

      May 16, 2007 -- Twice-daily whiffs of steroid drugs may become a thing of the past for people with mild but persistent asthma, two new studies suggest. Once a person gets mild asthma under control, current treatment guidelines suggest keeping it under control with two daily doses of a steroid inhale

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    10. Stomach Bacterium May Thwart Asthma

      April 23, 2007 -- A stomach bacterium that causes ulcers and is linked to stomach cancer may make asthma less likely. That news appears in the Archives of Internal Medicine. The bacterium is called Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori). It is associated with ulcers and increased risk of stomach cancer. H.

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