A cough never killed anyone? Chronic lung diseases rank as second largest killer

By |november 17th, 2017|asthma, Chronic Respiratory Diseases, COPD, News, non-communicable diseases, Respiratory disease, World COPD Day|

The idea of a cough being fatal brings up images of coal mining, hollow-cheeked children and Charles Dickens novels. But are we really past the time when a simple cough could kill you?

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Asthma patients urge EU member states to stop ignoring air quality rules

By |maj 2nd, 2017|Air Pollution, air quality, asthma, mHealth, News|

Organisations representing asthma patients have called on the EU governments to stick to their air quality commitments to protect citizens' health and public budgets.

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IMI chief: ‘We need to learn how to share data in a safe and ethical manner’

By |april 7th, 2017|alzheimer's, Antimicrobial resistance, asthma, biomedicines, Biotechnology, cancer, medicines, News, rare diseases, World Health Organisation|

Ethicists, humanists, lawyers and patients should come together to understand the risk of data in healthcare and whether patients are willing to take that risk, Pierre Meulien told EURACTIV.com.

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