Asthma from profession

Very often archive workers complain about difficult working conditions and low wages. At the same time, they are forced to spend the money received for “dusty” work on medicines. Dust mites, chemicals released from old documents, fine paper dust – these are just a few of the things archivists deal with on a daily basis....

Colds with asthma and bronchitis are dangerous

November-March is the time of colds and viral infections. During these months, millions of people fall ill. Huge amounts of money are spent on treatment, hundreds of thousands and thousands of working hours disappear. The most annoying thing is that people themselves are to blame for these epidemics! After all, most viral infections are transmitted...

Expectorants for asthma and bronchitis

The list of expectorant drugs that can be used for asthma bronchitis is quite extensive, but there are only a few truly effective ones: 1) acetylcysteine (commercial names – acetylcysteine, ACC, mucomist , etc.); 2) mesna , or mercaptoethanesulfonate ( mistabron ); 3) Bromhexine ( Bizolvon , Bromhexine, Solvin , etc.); 4) ambroxol (ambroxol, ambrosan...

Asthma with eczema

A family history of asthma and a patient’s history of atopic dermatitis can predict the likelihood of a hospital stay for the disease, according to a small study. This information can help determine which children are at risk, the authors say. In addition, the data will help to adjust the treatment or allow attention to...

Children and Asthma – Help Programs

According to experts, ten people die every day from asthma in America. The disease affects the lungs, usually causing wheezing, coughing, and difficulty breathing. Coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath caused by asthma also cause thousands of children in New Jersey to miss school every year, seek emergency care and end up in the hospital....

Bronchial asthma and thermoplasty – a new method of treatment

Experts offer people with severe bronchial asthma a new approach: bronchial thermoplasty, as a revolutionary and long-term means of relieving the condition. An estimated twenty-five million people in the United States suffer from asthma. For some patients, this condition can significantly affect the quality of life and in some cases be a deadly threat. According...

Prevention of childhood asthma… with fish?

Researchers at the University of South Florida recently published a scientific review of two studies that found that pregnant women who consume fish rather than fish oil supplements may also protect their children from developing asthma. Children whose mothers consume high doses of omega-3 fatty acids daily during the third trimester are less likely to...

Are Asthma and Allergies Causes of Autism?

According to a study of 220 Australian children conducted between 2011 and 2014, the immune-mediated subtype of autism may be linked to inflammation and the mother’s immune system. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a general developmental disorder characterized by persistent deficits in the ability to initiate and maintain social interactions and social connections, as well...

Runny nose with bronchial asthma

About 50-90% of people in the cold season experience a runny nose. People with asthma, eczema, and hay fever are more likely to experience this condition, according to experts. The job of the nose is to make the inhaled air warm and moist so that when it enters the lungs it does not irritate them....

Bronchial asthma and new technologies

Recently, the first application programming interface (API) was released so that anyone with asthma can use it to get useful information for their health status. The service is open and free to use. A machine learning model was prepared based on a large amount of anonymized data, including where and when people experience asthma symptoms,...