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Harry Frasier Sep 12
450 doctors call for cows' to be banned from schools as it is linked to and . alternatives are healthier.🌱 Dairy really is scary Go
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Juan C Ivancevich MD Sep 16
“Trelegy Ellipta Approved for Maintenance Treatment”
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The Lancet Respiratory Medicine Sep 10
NEW Research—adding UMEC to FF/VI dual therapy, via a single inhaler (once daily), improves function in patients with poorly controlled on ICS/LABA The CAPTAIN trial from Prof Ian Pavord and colleagues
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Louise Reecejones Sep 17
Children sent home to self isolate due to an asthma cough are not entitled to home learning clearer guidance is needed for schools. This is an email from daughters school when I’m begging for education.
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SHIELDUS CIC 4h
Invisible conditions! Just because someone doesn't look sick, it doesn't mean they are not. Be kind, give everyone space, you never know who is fighting an invisible illness.
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Mother Distracted, Family Lifestyle Blog In Wales Sep 16
The Benefits of Asthma Inhalers
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George𝕲🇺🇸 Sep 12
Triple Therapy Improves Function in Patients.
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4ZZZ News 19h
Ever lost your breath? 2.5 mill Australian Asthmatics have… for some, puffers aren’t enough - they move on to steroids which can bring long-term effects. 4ZZZ’s EliotRifkin spoke on & steroids w/ Prof John Upham - UQ Diamantina Inst Listen>>
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Dr Mark L Levy Sep 12
Regular use of SABA in is unsafe for many reasons: see
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John Sep 11
Wheezing is back. After a quiet spring and summer (thanks to lockdown), and with the return to school, viral respiratory infections are back. Make sure you and your loved ones are taking ALL of their recommended medication Sept/Oct is always the worst time for asthma
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Azza A. Gadir, PhD Sep 14
Excellent work from my old lab out in @natureimmunology identifying new pathway central to asthmatic airway inflammation involving the inducible expression of Notch4 on regulatory T cells (both human and mouse data!)! A thread 1/6
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viv marsh Sep 15
Very excited and proud to be part of the team that developed this range of new online courses
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Jess Sep 13
2 weeks until end of year 4 exams. 3rd time attempting year 4, looks like the 1st time I’ll actually get to the exams 😂 Currently incredibly glad that is not a trigger for my 🙃🤯😬
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Boehringer Ingelheim UK Sep 17
Watch . With shortness of breath & persistent cough being common symptoms of , it can be confused with & . It’s important that listen out for a velcro crackle in the lungs which can be a distinctive sign of .
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Medpac Sep 16
Packing for uni? Don’t forget your prescription medication! Pack it in a Medpac so it’s always easy to find in an emergency (and to keep mum happy!)
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Audun Utengen 5m
Anthem to study whether Apple Watch could help people with asthma - ⁦
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JACI In Practice Sep 11
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Monkey Sep 16
This week we are focussing on asthma as we support the @HealthyLondonPartnership campaign. Our Monkey has asthma pack is a great way to learn about living with asthma in a fun and informative way.🐵😊
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Atlanta Allergy & Asthma 2h
shots are available to our patients at all 17 locations. It's more important than ever to get the 2020/2021 influenza vaccine, and especially for our patients with and chronic . No appointment is necessary. Learn more here. ➡️
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Dana J. Thompson 22h
Having grown up with , this is a great step!
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