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Current and Archived Issues

Summer

  • Family Adaptation to Children’s Food Allergies
  • Subcutaneous vs. Sublingual Allergen Immunotherapy
  • Asthma Add-on Therapies Compared for Black Adults
  • Cigarette Smoke Induces Epithelial Permeability Through HER2 Pathway

Winter​

  • Millions of Smokers May Have Undiagnosed Lung Disease
  • Beta-blockers and COPD

Summer

  • New Hope for Prevention of Childhood Food Allergies
  • Male Smokers at Higher Risk than Females for Osteoporosis

Spring

  • Wet Wraps Help Kids with Eczema
  • First Medications for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Approved

Spring

  • Team Approach to Food Allergies Helps Patients and Families
  • Helpful Practice Tools for Patient Education

Summer

  • Global Warming Making Seasonal Allergies Worse
  • New Food Allergy Recommendations

Summer

  • Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Trigger-Point Dry Needling

Fall

  • Joint Replacement Issues, Nickel Blood Test
  • Manage Asthma with Bronchial Challenge Testing

Winter

  • Concurrent Palliative and Pulmonary Care
  • Cardiopulmonary Rehab

Spring

  • Lung Cancer Center Opens

Fall

  • Bronchial Thermoplasty
  • Oncology Infusion Suite

Winter

  • Diagnosing Dyspnea
  • COPD Program Improves Lives

Spring/Summer

  • Spirometry is the Key to Accurate COPD and Asthma Diagnoses
  • Asthma Study: New Dry Powder Inhaler Works on Cellular Level

Winter

  • Lung Nodule Clinic Opens
  • Improve Quality of Life for GED Patients

Spring

  • Cardiology Returns to National Jewish
  • Interventional Pulmonology

Fall

  • Institute for Advanced Biomedical Imaging at National Jewish Health
  • Identify Indoor Air Pollutants with Family Air Care Test Kit*

    (*As of June 2012, National Jewish Health will no longer be offering the Family Air Care Indoor Allergens & Mold Kit. Similar tests are available from the Environmental Protection Agency. For more information, please email Dr. Stephen Vesper at vesper.stephen@epamail.epa.gov)