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CMS acknowledges clinical improvement linked with use of Alair Bronchial ...

"It supports what we have confirmed through our clinical trials: bronchial thermoplasty offers a new advancement in the treatment of patients with violent asthma who are not well controlled despite taking recommended doses of asthma medications.

Omaha med schools enlist in the battle

The Naval said he had asthma. Youngblood figured it was anxiety. Youngblood and other military doctors had microscopic understanding then of PTSD, he said. They had virtually no training on how to treat the oft-misunderstood, oft-misdiagnosed violence.

Kissing 770 and A Treatment For Asthma

it's Chabad, it's the Rebbe – and the Rebbe already opens all the doors for us.” Once on our way back from the mikveh Reuven began breathing rather heavily. “What are you doing about your respiratory problems?” I asked Reuven. “Are you treating it?

Inverseon Focuses on Mucous and Smoking Cessation

12, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Inverseon, Inc., a pharmaceutical gathering developing drug therapies for the treatment of pulmonary disorders, announced that while it anticipates that its asthma program will prepayment with non-dilutive grants,

Childhood asthma: What you need to know

About 6 million children in the U.S. have asthma,  according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) . It's a chronic condition that causes the sides of the airways in the lungs to become too narrow so that too little air moves in and out of the lungs.

What are the symptoms of asthma?

When you think of asthma symptoms, you probably think of wheezing. Although that's definitely one of its signs and symptoms,  WebMD says there are also others you'll want to look out for in your child, including the following:

Frequent coughing spells – may be the only symptom present Less energy while playing – needing frequent breaks when compared to his or her friends Labored, rapid breathing Tightness in the chest or neck muscles Weakness or tiredness Dark circles under the eyes Frequent headaches 

Is there alternatives to treating asthma without having to use an inhaler?

My son is currently on Albuterol and Qvar. We also own a nebulizer machine for emergencies. I am just looking for other alternatives (herbal or homeopathic or spiritual)for treating asthma.(If any)


YES! I used to have chronic asthma - could not even walk up a few stairs without needing my inhaler and now I am totally cured and never wheeze or need an inhaler.
Firstly, I took a course of BUTEYKO. This is a powerful but simple method which


have you tried him on singulair? I believe it's indicated for asthma but it's an oral treatment. of course the pills (at least the adult ones) are about the size of a nickel, but at least it's a pill.


I would suggest to find a hypnotherapist who works with children. I know about loads of people very successful threaten for their asthma on this way.

What is the best way of treating/controlling asthma? what is the best medication?

What is the best way of treating/controlling asthma? What medications are recommended?


The most effective treatment for asthma is identifying triggers, such as pets or aspirin, and limiting or eliminating exposure to them. Desensitization to allergens has been shown to be a treatment option for certain patients.

As is common


The most effective treatment for asthma is identifying triggers, such as pets or aspirin, and limiting or eliminating exposure to them. Desensitization to allergens has been shown to be a treatment option for certain patients.

As is common


Vanilla covered it pretty well, but I will add that this disease varies widely from person to person in it's manifestations. Most asthmatics require at least a long acting bronchodilator(Serevent, Formoterol or Spiriva) and a rescue, or quick acting bronchodilator