A new study shows that a novel, nonsurgical approach to treating vocal cord dysfunction (VCD) can help 3 out of 4 adolescent athletes, who did not respond to conventional therapy, breathe better during training and competition. #vcd
Later start times better for high school students: Poor self-regulation in teens linked to circadian rhythms: Findings support later start times for middle schools and high schools
Is your teen a "night owl" who experiences daytime sleepiness? A new study at Boston Children's Hospital says these teens may struggle with poor self-regulation which leads to chronic insufficient sleep.
In coal country, some worry Trump will take away black lung benefits
Cecile Rose, MD, director of the Miners Clinic of Colorado and a professor of medicine at National Jewish Health tells STAT News that black lung benefits are crucial for the former miners who don’t have pensions.
It's National Eat a Red Apple Day! What's your favorite variety? Did you know that eating an apple a day can help regulate blood sugar, cholesterol, the digestive tract? Apples also have anti-cancer, anti-asthma benefits. Here are other healthy snack ideas.
Thank you to ink! Coffee for creating the limited edition “We Breathe Hope” blend to benefit National Jewish Health. Bags of this bold blend showcasing undertones of dark chocolate and nuts are now available online and at all ink! Coffee locations. Twenty percent of all proceeds will be donated to National Jewish Health. Give the gift of coffee this holiday season while supporting the nation’s leading respiratory hospital!
Kenneth J. Vega, MD, has joined the nationally renowned National Jewish Health faculty as the Chief of Gastroenterology. Dr. Vega comes to National Jewish Health from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center where he was Professor of Medicine and Director of Research for the Division of Digestive Diseases and Nutrition.