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Genetics and Genomics of Longitudinal Lung Function Patterns in Asthmatics.
Spirometry and health status worsen with weight gain in obese smokers but improve in normal-weight smokers.
Body mass index is a stronger predictor than the metabolic syndrome for future asthma in women. The longitudinal CARDIA study.
Inhaled corticosteroids in lung diseases.
Native American ancestry affects the risk for gene methylation in the lungs of Hispanic smokers from New Mexico.
Effect of vitamin D and inhaled corticosteroid treatment on lung function in children.
Low serum adiponectin predicts future risk for asthma in women.
The oxidized low-density lipoprotein receptor mediates vascular effects of inhaled vehicle emissions.
Prediction of bronchopulmonary dysplasia by postnatal age in extremely premature infants.
An official American thoracic society statement: position statement on ATS activities for the promotion of respiratory and sleep/wake health and the care of the critically ill in the United States.
Airway responsiveness in mild to moderate childhood asthma: sex influences on the natural history.
Cigarette smoke suppresses Bik to cause epithelial cell hyperplasia and mucous cell metaplasia.
New Mexican Hispanic smokers have lower odds of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and less decline in lung function than non-Hispanic whites.
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Reply: body mass index is a stronger predictor than the metabolic syndrome for future asthma in women.