We invite you to take part in the NHLBI-sponsored PrecISE study to examine ways to treat people with severe asthma.
The National Institutes of Health released a focused update to its federal asthma guidelines. The updates are intended to improve asthma care.
If you have moderate or severe asthma, we invite you to participate in a new clinical trial for a potential new medication.
The US FDA has announced a voluntary recall of the Perrigo albuterol inhaler used to treat asthma and other respiratory diseases.
If you’re unable to work due to severe asthma, here is what you need to know on filing a claim for Social Security disability benefits.
News regarding the findings of a study regarding the impact of long-term use of e-cigarettes for those with respiratory diseases, including asthma and COPD.
Allergist Purvi Parikh provides insights on why people with asthma should get a flu shot. She also provides information about the pneumonia vaccine.
Learn about OCS Overexposed: a new awareness campaign to help people understand the risks of long-term steroid use to treat asthma.
Dr. Purvi Parikh answers the Ask the Allergist question: What is the role of stress in asthma, and what are some stress-relieving measures people can use?
Learn about the new monoclonial antibody treatments available for Type 2 asthma and other forms of severe asthma.
Learn about Type 2 asthma, its role in the development of severe asthma, and available treatments for Type 2 inflammation.
Allergy & Asthma Network and Severe Asthma Foundation Come Together to Raise Awareness of Severe Asthma
The Allergy & Asthma Network and Severe Asthma Foundation announce a merger to greater benefit those with severe asthma.