National Jewish Medical and Research Center has named prominent Denver attorney Stephen W. Arent Chairman of the institution's Board of Directors.
New research shows that chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is often misdiagnosed asthma, which can delay proper treatment for the disease.
Researchers at National Jewish Medical and Research Center have identified a protein, known as Ndfip1, that protects mice from developing a severe and deadly allergic disease. The research suggests that Ndfip1 could be a potential therapeutic target for allergic diseases, especially atopic dermatitis.
Patients with obstructive sleep apnea can improve their memory by using continuous positive airway pressure, according to a research team led by Mark Aloia, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at National Jewish Medical and Research Center.
The White House today recognized National Jewish Medical and Research Center for its research identifying the toxic brew of chemicals cooked up in illicit methamphetamine laboratories, which threaten both residents and visitors to the labs, including children, social workers and law enforcement agents.
Bruce Bender, Ph.D., head of pediatric behavioral health at National Jewish, offers tips to reduce the emotional toll that a child's chronic illness can take on the entire family.
National Jewish disease management programs receive full accreditation for a 3-year period from the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
Bruce Bender, Ph.D., head of pediatric behavioral health at National Jewish Medical and Research center, offers several suggestions that can help parents get the most out of a parent-teacher conference, to better understand problems that do come up, and to begin seeking answers.
Tips for staying healthy during flu and cold season from National Jewish Medical and Research
Florence B. Blager, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Speech Pathology at National Jewish Medical and Research Center, suggests how people can protect their voices even when colds and speaking requirements threaten to make them hoarse.