Cough is an annoying symptom following the common cold and can persist for weeks or months in some individuals. This study aims to test whether early intervention for cough reduces symptoms and reduces the duration of cough.
Eosinophilic Oesophagitis in childhood is associated with chronic heartburn, nausea, vomiting, dysphagia, failure to thrive, food getting stuck in the oesophagus and can result in permanent scarring of the oesophagus. Delays in diagnosis and treatment failure is not uncommon. There is no cure, and no predictor for treatment response has been identified.
The heart is a complex structure designed to help pump blood efficiently around the body. While much is known about how the heart contracts and changes shape, limited attention has been paid to the properties of the blood flowing inside the cardiac chambers.
Urinary tract infections are a common cause of bacterial infection, mostly affecting females. These infections can cause long-term damage to the urinary tract, especially when they occur in children.
Type 1 Diabetes is associated with a significant, on-going health care burden for the individual and the community. While insulin pump therapy will tailor the insulin dose and delivery accordingly, insulin dosing for carbohydrate, fat and protein is significantly more complicated than determining the insulin dose for carbohydrate alone.
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Exercise and a good diet after stroke will reduce the risk of having another stroke in the future.
Would you or someone you know benefit from being stronger? Researchers are looking for volunteers 65 years and over to participate in a home based diet and exercise program designed to increase muscle strength and function.
Are you a carer, partner or significant other of someone with severe asthma or COPD?
Adults with asthma are needed to help researchers better understand breathlessness.
‘…you’re fighting every breath that you have to breathe’.
A person with severe asthma on the daily burden