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3B Medical Inc., a sleep therapy equipment maker, this week filed suit
against competitor ResMed alleging several antitrust violations, reportedly including
trying to create a monopoly by “choosing winners and losers in the CMS
competitive bidding process by preferential pricing” and bullying customers.
In response, ResMed’s Global ...
MRC Technology, an independent life science research charity, recently announced a ‘call for targets’ to find new therapeutic concepts for treatment
of respiratory disease.
The worldwide call to academic researchers offers the opportunity to
collaborate with MRC Technology’s Centre for Therapeutic Discovery (CTD) on
target validation and ...
Name three community asthma programs supported by the federal government. Now, imagine what patients would do without them.
Due to budget shortfalls, Congress plans to cut federal grants to programs that support healthy outcomes in patients with asthma. These changes could take effect before the end of the year.
The latest budget proposal would ...
Most children do not know how to use their inhalers correctly. Whose fault is that? Care providers.
According to a new study from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Fewer than one in 10 children with asthma use traditional inhalers correctly. While children have more success with newer inhaler designs, at best only one child in four ...
Here's something new for your consideration as an asthma education specialist.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is currently accepting applications for its National Environment Leadership Award in Asthma Management.
Look at your program to see whether it addresses environmental triggers as part of a comprehensive asthma program, fosters ...
Working home ventilation systems that dehumidify air while circulating it may help asthmatics sleep better at night, according to research reported from the United Kingdom.
Beginning with a theory that dehumidified air would lower concentrations of dust mites, which trigger asthma symptoms, Neil C. Thomson, MD, and colleagues from the University ...
‘Tis the season to be jolly. At least for most folks. But that may not hold true for people with asthma or allergies. For that group, Christmas trees, wreaths and seasonal goodies may trigger breathing problems and allergies.
To prevent wheezing and sneezing, a few precautions may be followed, according to experts from the American College of ...