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News: Articles from our Partners at Consultant 360 February 2017

New Respiratory Disease Articles from our Partners at Consultant 360

Personalized Risk Could Increase Effectiveness of Smoking Cessation Programs

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A recent study examined whether a personalized risk intervention could improve participation in and adherence to smoking cessation efforts.

Could Cockroach Elimination Improve Asthma Outcomes?

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A recent study was the first to examine whether asthma symptoms could be reduced via cockroach control.

Study: A Third of Adults With Asthma Could Be Misdiagnosed

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A recent study sought to determine how frequently asthma could be ruled out and medication safely stopped in adults with potentially misdiagnosed asthma.

African Americans May Have Impaired Response to Corticosteroids

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African Americans are more likely to have eosinophilic airway inflammation than whites, despite taking higher doses of asthma medications, such as inhaled corticosteroids, according to a new study.

Study: Many Newly Diagnosed COPD Patients Could Have Asthma/COPD Overlap

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In a recent study, researchers sought to develop an algorithm for defining overlap between asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in newly diagnosed COPD patients.