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lungusa.org

Asthma is a lung disease that makes breathing difficult for nearly 23 million Americans, including 7 million children. Learning more about the disease is the first step in helping children and adults with asthma breathe easier.

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Today is World Asthma Day. Asthma is the leading chronic disease of children. Learn more at http://tinyurl.com/6zrgmn2

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Respiratory Research | Abstract | The prevalence and identity of Chlamydia-specific IgE in children with asthma and other chronic respiratory symptoms

respiratory-research.com — “Recent studies have confirmed the presence of viable Chlamydia in the bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) fluid of pediatric patients with airway hyperresponsiveness. While specific IgG and IgM responses to C. pneumoniae are well described, the response and potential contribution of Ag-specific IgE are not known. The current study sought to determine if infection with Chlamydia triggers the production of pathogen-specific IgE in children with chronic respiratory diseases which might contribute to inflaView full resource at respiratory-research.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 18, 2012 at 3:33 pm By:

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Production of Chlamydia-specific IgE may prove significant in the exacerbation of chronic, allergic airway diseases. http://t.co/P6cjmdmP

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TEVA received Top Buzz at the 2012 American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) Meeting in Orlando, Florida | Semantelli - Semantic Web 3.0 for the Enterprise

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Five Prime strikes deal with GSK for asthma drug - San Francisco Business Times

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The prevalence and identity of Chlamydia-specific IgE in children with asthma and other chronic respiratory symptoms

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Most Recently Shared on April 18, 2012 at 12:39 pm By:

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The prevalence and identity of Chlamydia-specific IgE in children with asthma and other chronic respiratory symptoms http://t.co/gJRrm0Li

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Pharmaxis asthma treatment found safe, but is it effective? - Pharmaxis, immunology, Drug Development, clinical trials, Biotechnology, asthma - Australian Life Scientist

lifescientist.com.au — “A phase IIa trial of Pharmaxis’ (ASX:PXS) experimental allergic asthma drug, ASM8, has been shown safe, but more trials will be required to demonstrate efficacy.View full resource at lifescientist.com.au

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Pharmaxis asthma treatment found safe, but is it effective? - http://t.co/afcJp0X8

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6 Surprising Seasonal Allergy Triggers - Prevention.com

prevention.com — “To prevent asthma attacks and manage allergy symptoms, discover which surprising summer triggers could cause a scratchy throat and itchy eyesView full resource at prevention.com

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Do summer staples make you sneezy & wheezy? Check out triggers & prevention tips from @DrJimSublett via @PreventionMag http://t.co/J5TJpc08

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Breathing easy: Alarming rise of asthma leads doctors to adding lifestyle changes to their prescriptions | Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — “By 2025 there could be up to 100 million more asthmatics. In India too, this disease debilitates a significant number of people.View full resource at dailymail.co.uk

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National Volunteer Week 2012 - American Lung Association

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Dr. Afif El-Hasan has been a volunteer for almost 10 years, providing expert testimony on air quality issues. http://t.co/kqNQoy9X #NVW12

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Allergy Notes: High rates of persistent and uncontrolled asthma in US: 50% of patients don't use controller medications

allergynotes.blogspot.com — “Allergy Notes: High rates of persistent and uncontrolled asthma in US: 50% of patients don't use controller medicationsView full resource at allergynotes.blogspot.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 16, 2012 at 3:38 pm By:

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High rates of persistent and uncontrolled asthma in US: 50% of patients don't use controller medications http://t.co/aD0C41K0

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Halloween Scary for Kids with Asthma | New York Allergist Dr. Clifford Bassett

cliffordbassettmd.com — “MILWAUKEE, Oct. 27 (UPI) — Parents of children with asthma need to help their kids avoid Halloween triggers, a U.S. doctor advises. Dr. Clifford Bassett of the American Academy of ...View full resource at cliffordbassettmd.com

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Sniff + Sneezing = No Love: 83% Say Allergies Affect Sex Life | New York Allergist Dr. Clifford Bassett

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Breastfeeding and Lung Function at School Age

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Asthma sufferers affected by warm, early spring - Windsor - CBC News

cbc.ca — “The unseasonably warm winter and early spring is causing problems for those with allergies and asthma.View full resource at cbc.ca

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Alternative Therapies Aren't Used as Substitutes for Asthma Meds: Study - US News and World Report

health.usnews.com — “Parents still give kids traditional treatments in addition to less orthodox onesView full resource at health.usnews.com

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Alternative Therapies Aren't Used as Substitutes for Asthma Meds: Study http://t.co/KnPxnHOI

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