Flint’s Hurley Medical Center has rolled out a new Web site to match the efforts of its Asthma Disease Managers, who go to health fairs, schools, churches and synagogues, doctors’ offices, and community centers to teach people how to control, and prevent, asthma.
The only over-the-counter asthma inhaler sold in the U.S. is being taken off the shelves beginning next year.
Work by University of Michigan researchers could explain why respiratory viruses like rhinovirus (a common cold virus) cause lower respiratory tract symptoms like cough, chest tightness and wheezing in patients with asthma but not in […]
The recommended method to diagnose and manage asthma in children is underused by pediatric primary care physicians, University of Michigan researchers have found. Only 21 percent of doctors surveyed reported the routine use of the […]