If your child has trouble catching their breath when catching a ball or doing other activities, one local doctor is working on a solution.
Asthma is a chronic disease that affects 25 million adults and eight million children in the U.S. A cutting-edge asthma inhaler is helping doctors create a more accurate treatment plan that pins down a patient’s location and possible triggers around them.
All asthma medications can have side effects, but one in particular has one that is permanent: stunted growth. Dr. Dave Hnida has more on a new study.
Can patients be trained to control their asthma? That’s what researchers are studying at National Jewish Health in Denver.
The parents of a Colorado State University sophomore who died suddenly over the weekend believe a medical condition was to blame.
Doctors and nurses at National Jewish Health are improving the care of low income patients with asthma.
A Denver mother is fighting for justice for the boy she lost two years ago.
Doctors at National Jewish Health are hoping that text messaging will get young asthma patients to do a better job of taking their medications. The idea is to reach adolescents in the way they like to communicate.
A leading medical group says there’s some evidence that probiotics, or “good” bacteria, may have limited benefits for certain illnesses in children.
A new procedure offers promise for adults with severe asthma. It’s the first non-drug treatment to help sufferers breathe easier. The treatment, bronchial thermoplasty, can be found at National Jewish Health.