Blair E. Richardson Named Chair of National Jewish Health Board of Directors

Blair E. Richardson began his tenure as Chair of the Board of Directors of National Jewish Health on January 27, 2016. He succeeds outgoing Chair, Richard A. Schierburg, who will continue to serve on the Executive Committee of the Board.

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Don’t Let Skier’s Nose Keep You Off the Slopes

It’s a beautiful winter day and you’re ready to hit the slopes, but you begin to sneeze and your nose starts running. Your symptoms have you feeling like you’re in the middle of allergy season, but there’s not a plant blooming in sight. The condition is common, and you’re not alone. You’re suffering from cold induced rhinitis, or skier’s nose.

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Winning the Holiday Battle of the Bulge

There is a common misconception that the average person will put on five pounds during the holiday season. The good news is, studies show the average person actually tacks on only about one-half pound during the holidays.

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Matthew Lustig of Lazard Honored at 46th Real Estate and Construction Industries Dinner Dance

Matthew Lustig received the National Jewish Health Humanitarian Award at the Winter’s Evening Real Estate and Construction Industries Dinner Dance in New York on December 12. The event raised $2 million for National Jewish Health, the leading respiratory hospital in the nation.

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Asthma Add-on Therapies Compared for Black Adults

Long-acting beta agonists are no better than tiotropium at preventing asthma exacerbations in black patients when used as add-on therapies to inhaled corticosteroids, according to researchers at National Jewish Health and other institutions.

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