Multiple-inhaler Triple Therapy for Asthma in Adults Comes with High Risk of Discontinuation
October 25, 2021

Approximately three-quarters of asthma patients who began multiple-inhaler triple therapy had stopped using it 6 months later, according to a new study.

Study: Hispanic Adults, Women, and Older E-cigarette Users Face Higher Odds of Asthma and COPD
October 20, 2021

CHEST 2021: Study shows vaping raises the odds of developing asthma and COPD, especially in older adults, women, and Hispanic persons.

Dupilumab Associated with Reduced Oral Corticosteroids in Severe Asthma, Regardless of Baseline OCS Dose
October 18, 2021

In patients with severe asthma dependent on OCS, dupilumab reduced OCS dose and improved the odds of no longer requiring OCS, suggests research presented at CHEST 2021.

Tezepelumab May Improve Peak Expiratory Flow in Patients with Severe Asthma, Suggests Analysis of NAVIGATOR Trial
October 14, 2021

CHEST 2021: Patients with severe asthma who received tezepelumab compared with placebo demonstrated rapid improvement in morning and evening peak expiratory flow.

10 States with Largest COVID-19 Case Increases in the Last 7 Days
September 21, 2021

COVID-19 case increases in the past 7 days range from 100% to 3.16% among the 10 states with the most significant rises. Is your state among these?

Work Environment May Trigger Asthma in Some Employees, New Research Suggests
September 21, 2021

A variety of exposures in the work environment can cause asthma in some employees, according to new research presented at ERS Virtual International Congress 2021.

Fixed-dose Albuterol/Budesonide Superior to Components for Asthma in Dual Phase 3 Trials
September 13, 2021

The albuterol/budesonide combination significantly reduced the risk of severe exacerbations and improved lung function in mild-to-moderate asthma.

Smoking, NSAID-exacerbated Respiratory Disease Among Risk Factors for Severe Asthma Identified in New Study
August 03, 2021

A new study found several risk factors associated with severe adult-onset asthma, including smoking, NSAID-exacerbated respiratory disease, and sibling count.

New Study Suggests COVID-19 Public Health Measures Linked to Decline in COPD Hospital Admissions
June 15, 2021

A new study found public health measures designed to curb COVID-19 transmissions may have fostered a significant side benefit: reduced COPD hospital admissions.

ATS 2021: Tezepelumab Reduces Exacerbations in Oral Corticosteroid-dependent Patients with Severe Asthma
May 13, 2021

ATS 2021: In a subgroup of oral corticosteroid-dependent patients with severe asthma from the newly released NAVIGATOR study, tezepelumab reduced exacerbations and improved lung function.