Condition Center: Pulmonary Disease
If you're an animal lover, your children may be in luck. New evidence suggests that Fido may play a role in childhood asthma risk.
A mineral commonly used in manufacturing may be putting workers at risk.
Regardless of whether a mother smokes, a grandmother who once did may affect her grandchildren's health.
If you have a child with asthma, you may want to kick the habit.
When choosing your route to work, you may want to consider avoiding the busy streets.
Asthma patients who find themselves reaching for their inhalers all too often may now have another treatment option — in the form of a pill.
Despite its slow movements, tai chi may provide relief for some patients with chronic diseases.
A medication commonly prescribed to treat fungal infections in lung transplant recipients may wind up posing some unexpected risks.
Spicy food lovers rejoice! Turns out your hot sauce may love you back.
Teenage marijuana users may be out of the weeds — at least when it comes to the likelihood of developing health problems later in life.
There’s a new treatment in town. And it looks promising for children with this rare genetic disorder.
The latest news on child and adolescent health in the US is a mix of 'good' and 'could-be-better'.
When your child is sick, you want to help. But before you give your child a cough syrup containing codeine, you may want to read this.
Whooping cough is making a comeback, and that’s not good news.
For the first time, the FDA has approved a cystic fibrosis drug that targets the cause of the disease for most patients.
A common cholesterol medication may make lung surgery a little bit safer.
Lung function tests may not present the full picture for smokers and ex-smokers.
Indoor smoking laws not only decrease the amount of secondhand smoke in your favorite restaurant — they might also prevent asthma symptoms.