Asthma - top articles in May 2012

Here are my suggestions for some of the top articles about asthma in May 2012:

Metabolomics of Asthma - small molecules generated from cellular metabolic activity could guide diagnosis/treatment http://goo.gl/Ngaxz

Allergy increases risk of ADHD, especially allergic rhinitis. Co-morbidity with AD, asthma further increases risk http://goo.gl/Hm4G1

Does milk cause mucus increase in patients who are not allergic to milk? Allergists review the scant evidence http://goo.gl/EMgff

Untangling asthma phenotypes and endotypes - 2012 Allergy free full text http://goo.gl/DUzKU

Skin-derived TSLP may trigger progression from atopic dermatitis to asthma, thus explainig the infamous "atopic march" http://goo.gl/Q7oUd

Inner-city children with asthma exposed to higher concentrations of endotoxin in classrooms as compared with bedrooms http://goo.gl/Lx0QZ

Asthma death is a rare but devastating event. What are the risk factors? http://goo.gl/as8EN

Inhaled Anticholinergics Associated with Arrhythmias in Young People with Asthma http://goo.gl/4lQJ3

Vitamin D in children with poorly controlled asthma might confer benefits to bone health (modifies oral steroid effect) http://goo.gl/3vaFG

Daily exposure to traffic exhaust, obesity, nonatopic status linked to poor asthma control in patients > 65 yrs age http://goo.gl/mxovw

Here are 5 articles from a theme issue of Nature Medicine:

Innate and adaptive immune responses in asthma - Nature Medicine 2012 review http://goo.gl/yKBZ7

Viral infections and atopy in asthma pathogenesis - Nature Medicine 2012 review http://goo.gl/0aD7c

The airway epithelium in asthma - Nature Medicine 2012 review http://goo.gl/nEJhE

IgE and mast cells in allergic disease - Nature Medicine 2012 review http://goo.gl/XKEaA

Therapies for allergic inflammation: refining strategies to induce tolerance - Nature Medicine 2012 review http://goo.gl/te9XM

The articles were selected from my Twitter and Google Reader streams. Please feel free to send suggestions for articles to allergycases@gmail.com and you will receive acknowledgement in the next edition of this publication.

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