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OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA ACCELERATES FEV1 DECLINE IN ASTHMATIC PATIENTS

FCAAIA Notes: As I’ve written before, “The nose bone’s connected to the lung bone.”  Asthma is part of “allergic airway disease” and control of the lower airway (lungs) always requires that we consider the upper air way (nose) as well. … Continue reading

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SLEEP MAY EASE ASTHMA IN TEENS

FCAAIA Notes: Who of us can really say we get enough sleep? Who of us has never had trouble rousing our teenaged child for school or thought she should go to bed earlier? This study is fodder for discussion with … Continue reading

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