To avoid severe COVID-19 outcomes, people with asthma should stay on top of the condition with control medication, a new USC study finds.
Stem cells could one day enable sick patients to breathe better, and the American Lung Association supports the work.
USC researchers believe their monitoring technology could easily be used with other types of transplant or critical care patients, fulfilling a major need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A USC study finds that teens who vape — especially those who use modifiable e-cigarette devices — end up smoking far more cigarettes than those who don’t.
USC-led international study shows asthma can make young people more susceptible to other health problems later in life.
Social media survey reveals new undetectable device is more likely to hook kids on nicotine than free adults from cigarettes.
USC scientists developing new treatments and cures for pulmonary diseases will benefit from a $12.5 million donation from the Hastings Foundation.
Electronic tablet allows patients to log medical information and view educational videos, which leads to fewer problems and readmissions.
$6.9 million NIH grant allows Keck School of Medicine of USC team to study the regeneration of lung cells.
USC-led study suggests that tiny, dirty airborne particles known as PM2.5 invade the brain.