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Soy Asthma Trials

May 02, 2011

SOYA Trials at OSU The rest of the story

Asthma Surgery Working for Hard-to-Help Patients

March 28, 2011

Ruth McFarland and her doctor had tried everything to control her asthma. The rest of the story

Gender Differences Affect Asthma Symptoms, Treatment

March 21, 2011

For generations many doctors have treated asthma symptoms and patients the same. The rest of the story

Bronchial Thermoplasty (BT) Program

November 02, 2010

The OSU Asthma Center is now approved to begin our bronchial thermoplasty (BT) program. The rest of the story

Steroid Treatment Underutilized Among Pregnant Asthma Patients

October 21, 2010

Pregnant women presenting to an emergency department(ED) with acute asthma exacerbations are less likely than their nonpregnant counterparts to receive adequate treatment, according to data presented at the 2010 International Conference of the American Thoracic Society. The rest of the story

Ohio State Docs Test Patients for Exercise-Induced Asthma

October 19, 2010

A medical test routinely used to diagnose a common breathing problem in athletes can be applied to a wider range of pulmonary patients, according to research at The Ohio State University Medical Center. The rest of the story

Participating In Research

August 19, 2010

Clinical Trials Research The rest of the story

OSU Asthma Expert: If Mom is Not Breathing, Neither is Baby

June 01, 2010

A common breathing problem is also one of the most serious chronic medical conditions complicating pregnancy. The rest of the story

Treating the Athlete

May 24, 2010

Dr. Jonathan Parsons, associate director of the OSU Asthma Center, authored a 5-page article on exercise-induced asthma, a surprisingly common condition that can seriously hinder an athlete’s ability to perform. The rest of the story

Cutting Dietary Fat May Be Asthma Tool

May 18, 2010

A high-fat diet might help fuel the inflammatory component of asthma, data from a small clinical study suggests. The rest of the story

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