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A question about beta-agonists

Some inhaled medications used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, or COPD, may do more harm than good, according to a review of clinical trials performed by researchers at Cornell and Stanford universities.

Albuterol Inhaler Market Takes Unexpected Turn

Bethesda The economic analysis that federal regulators performed before declaring a Dec. 31, 2008, rather than 2005, ban on the ozone-depleting propellant in albuterol metered-dose inhalers (MDIs) was based on a critical...

Anti-Asthma Medications: Too Much of a Good Thing?

In an unusual paradox, asthmatics that are chronically treated with bronchodilating beta-agonist medications such as albuterol, ventolin, and salbutamol may ultimately develop increased sensitivity to airway constriction and...

Asthma Drug Safe for Young Kids

Your child's asthma inhaler is a lifesaver, but it makes her heart race. Well she may soon have an alternative. Researchers are now testing a drug that's already on the market for adults, to see if it can be safely used in kids...

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