Research Updates: asthma

Below are short extracts from research updates about this subject - select more to read each item.

  1. Issue 84

    ROMIEU and colleagues, Instituto Nacional do Salud Publica, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico,, investigated antioxidant supplementation and lung function


  2. Issue 78

    MANOCHA and colleagues, Natural Therapies Unit, Royal Hospital for Women, New South Wales, Australia, evaluated Sahaja yoga as adjunctive treatment for asthma patients who continue to experience asthma symptoms 1


  3. Issue 74

    RITZ, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University, Veteran's Administration, Palo Alto Health Care System, CA, USA, identified and reviewed (80 references) studies on relaxation training for the treat1


  4. Issue 74

    RAKHOV and REBROV [no affiliation provided] assessed whether acupuncture added to conventional medical treatment could have an additional beneficial effect in bronchial asthma patients with <1


  5. Issue 54

    HACKMAN and colleagues, University of California, Davis 95616 USA write that asthma, one of the most common chronic diseases of the western world, has significant effects upon patients' quality of life.


  6. Issue 54

    KALAYCI and colleagues, Department of Pediatrics, Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey studied serum levels of antioxidants in children with bronchial asthma.


  7. Issue 54

    OKAMOTO and colleagues, Department of Medicine, Misasa Medical Branch, Okayama University Medical School, Tohaku-gun, Tottori Japan compared the effects of n-3 and n-6 fatty acids on bronchial asthma.


  8. Issue 54

    FORASTIERE and colleagues, Department of Epidemiology, regional Health Authority, Lazio, Rome, Italy. studied the consumption of fruit rich in vitamin C in relation to wheezing and other respiratory symptoms in Italian chi1


  9. Issue 34

    HODGE and colleagues, Institute of Respiratory Medicine, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia studied in asthmatic children the clinical and biochemical effects of fish oil and increased omega-3 and reduced 1


  10. Issue 33

    VEDANTHAN and colleagues, Northern Colorado Allergy Asthma Clinic, Fort Collins 80524, USA studied the therapeutic effects of yoga upon asthma .


  11. Issue 33

    CHAN and colleagues, Graduate Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, China Medical College, Taichung, Taiwan, Republic of China isolated three new flavonoids, together with twenty-two known compounds, from the heartwood of Dal1


  12. Issue 30

    LUDTKE and WIESENAUER, Institut fur Medizinische Informations-verarbeitung, Tubingen, Deutschland.rainer.luedtke compared the efficacy of homoeopathically prepared Galphimia glauca with that of placebo


  13. Issue 26

    XU and colleagues, Visceral Manifestation Laboratory, Huashan Hospital, Shanghai Medical University China studied the effect of strengthening body resistance Chinese method upon asthmatic attacks.


  14. Issue 26

    WIGAL and colleagues, Department of Psychology, Ohio University, Athens Georgia USA assessed the effects of experimenter expectancy upon resistance to respiratory air flow in healthy individuals.


  15. Issue 26

    ROSS, Environmental Health Center, Dallas, Texas 75231 USA illustrates several characteristic feature of multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) with a case history.


  16. Issue 24

    KHANAM and colleagues, Department of Physiology, All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi India write that the concept that yoga may be helpful in the treatment of bronchial asthma has stimulated a great deal of interest withi1


  17. Issue 24

    DAI and colleagues, Department of Pharmacology of Chinese Materia Medica, China Pharmaceutical University, Nanjing, Peoples Republic of China write that Wu-Hu-Tang (WHT) is a Chinese formulation consisting of


  18. Issue 24

    PETERS-FUTRE, Division of Physical Education, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa writes that moderate submaximal exercise results in neutrophilia, enhanced phagocytic and oxidative capacity of neutrophils. However, it has been 1


  19. Issue 23

    BLACK and SHARPE, Dept of Medicine, University of Auckland, Auckland Hospital, New Zealand review (72 references) the possible connection between the fall in the consumption of saturated fat,1


  20. Issue 23

    YOKOTA and colleagues, Department of Pediatrics, Yokahama City University, Japan determined the allergenic proteins in commercially available butter and margarine, extracted the protein fractions and a1


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