Tree-Lined Suburbs Induce Fewer Asthma Attacks – IFLScience


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Tree-Lined Suburbs Induce Fewer Asthma Attacks
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Dr Ian Alcock of the University of Exeter found that tree density was strongly related to reduced asthma attacks. An urban area with 300 more trees per square kilometer (770 per square mile) could have 50 fewer emergency asthma cases reported per 100 ...
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Asthma Clinical Trials Need to Include Patient-Reported Outcomes – Pulmonology Advisor


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Asthma Clinical Trials Need to Include Patient-Reported Outcomes
Pulmonology Advisor
Asthma control is critical in preventing exacerbations and improving overall outcomes. For clinicians, patient-reported outcomes (PROs) provide a better way to grasp how patients are managing their disease because outcomes are closely tied to inhaler ...