A systematic literature review identifies an increased risk but with very low certainty.
The reduction in mucus plug scores correlates with improvements in lung function and reductions in inflammatory markers.
In stratified analyses, the wildfire PM2.5 asthma effect was more pronounced in those aged 18 to 65 years versus those aged younger than 18 years or older than 65 years.
Yoga, breathing control practices and aerobic training show benefits.
Lower use of psychotropic, antihypertensive and asthma medications were observed; the association was attenuated by body mass index.
The medication is the first approved in the United States to contain an inhaled corticosteroid as a reliever rather than as a controller of asthma symptoms.
Owners and operators who take advantage of indoor air quality technology can support lower vacancy rates, improve health and safety for residents and drive public and stakeholder confidence.
The relaxation of restrictions coincided with an increasing incidence of COVID-19, non-COVID-19 ARI and severe asthma exacerbations.
The effects on plasma proteins known to play a role in inflammation, oxidative stress and cardiovascular disease are greater in women than in men.
The finding is from a nationwide study of 5,000 participants that continues to evaluate existing drugs to treat mild-to-moderate COVID-19.
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