JAMA: 2012-01-25, Vol. 307, No. 4, Author Interview
Interview with Janet T. Holbrook, MPH, PhD, author of Lansoprazole for Children With Poorly Controlled Asthma: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Publication date: April 2020Source: Journal of Adolescence, Volume 80Author(s): Samantha A. Miadich, Robin S. Everhart, Jessica Greenlee, Marcia A. Winter
ConclusionOur results showed that there is no difference in the FEV1 and forced vital capacity betweenAspergillus positive and negative patients in any asthma severity group.
If you ’re one of millions of Americans exposed to air pollution, you may be at a greater risk of catching the coronavirus — and of having a more severe infection.
Until recently, chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) was viewed as a chronic infectious disease of the sinuses caused by anaerobic bacteria. This dogma led to the concept that, as with any abscess in a closed space, the primary modalities of treatment should be surgical drainage and antibiotics. Not surprisingly, few patients responded favorably. Recent years have seen a revolution in our thinking, with the recognition that CRS is a chronic inflammatory disease —a syndrome comprising numerous chronic inflammatory diseases.
Black children have higher prevalence of asthma and increased rates of asthma morbidity and mortality than white children, which has been documented for decades, and this disparity remains persistent.1 In this issue of the Annals of Allergy, Asthma&Immunology, Sitarik et al2 describe their study that determined whether disparities associated with asthma and allergy observed between black and white children at the age of 2 years remained at the age of 10 years. They found that at 10 years, black children were still more likely to have eczema, asthma, and allergen s ensitization compared with white children, even w...
In the article, “Drug-induced severe cutaneous adverse reactions: Determine the cause and prevention” by Zhang C et al (Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2019;123:483-487), there was an error in the author affiliations for Dinh Nguyen Van, MD, PhD and Chu Hieu, MD. The correct affiliations are below: