Pamela Zeitlin, MD, PhD, Named Chair of Pediatrics at National Jewish Health

Nationally renowned Pediatric Pulmonologist Pamela Zeitlin, MD, PhD, has been named Chair of the Silverstein Family Department of Pediatrics at National Jewish Health

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National Jewish Health Establishes Cohen Family Asthma Institute To Cure Severe Asthma

National Jewish Health today announced the creation of The Cohen Family Asthma Institute, which will address an emerging gap in severe asthma care, research and education while seeking a cure for the disease in five years. The Cohen Family Asthma Institute was established with a $5 million gift from Michele and Martin Cohen of New York.

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Acetaminophen Safe for Use in Children with Asthma

Children with asthma who take acetaminophen for fever and pain relief suffer no more exacerbations than those taking ibuprofen, according to research at National Jewish Health and other institutions in the AsthmaNet national research network. The study was funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and is being published in the August 18, 2016, New England Journal of Medicine.

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National Jewish Health Night & Day Golf Classic Raises $210,000

Two of Denver’s most exclusive venues opened their doors to host the National Jewish Health Night & Day Golf Classic presented by RE/MAX and sponsored by Shanahan’s. Shanahan’s steakhouse and Sanctuary golf course welcomed 180 National Jewish Health supporters, who helped raise $210,000 for Morgridge Academy for chronically ill children, a free K-8 day school on the campus of National Jewish Health and the only school of its kind in the country.

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National Jewish Health Physicians Recognized for Excellence

Twenty-one National Jewish Health physicians were named "Top Doctors" in the 2016 list of Denver-area physicians published by 5280 Magazine. Top doctors are those named most often by more than 10,000 Denver metro-area doctors who were asked, specialty by specialty, which physicians they would trust to treat themselves or a loved one.

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