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January 2017

 
 
 
 

The Truth About Resolutions


Over half of us make New Year’s resolutions, but just a few of us are still on track in February. If you are tired of not keeping your resolutions, try these tips from our experts! Check out our new slideshow to find ways to stay motivated and accomplish your goals.

SLIDESHOW: Secrets to Keeping Your Resolutions 




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Pediatrics Welcomes New Chair


Pamela ZeitlinNational Jewish Health welcomes Pamela Zeitlin, MD, PhD, as the new chair of the Silverstein Family Department of Pediatrics. "I look forward to working within the community to expand the reach of National Jewish Health for Kids in helping those suffering from chronic lung diseases," said Zeitlin. Erwin Gelfand, MD, former chair, will continue caring for patients and conducting research. We appreciate his tremendous contributions and 29 years of leadership.

READ: Meet Dr. Zeitlin
 

A Look Back at 2016


Annual ReportNational Jewish Health works every day to help people breathe easier, both today and tomorrow. In 2016, our Comprehensive Respiratory Care Clinic earned a 98 percent patient satisfaction rate; we educated more than 13,000 providers on the latest medical advances; and we received nearly $30 million in donations from our generous supporters. Find more 2016 highlights on our new infographic or read our annual report.

INFOGRAPHIC: The Future of Breathing
VIEW: 2016 Annual Report
 
 

What’s the Big Deal About Pneumonia Vaccines?


MomPneumonia can be fatal, but there is an easy way to help protect yourself and loved ones. The series of pneumonia vaccines are especially important for people with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, lung and heart disease, those over age 65, and smokers.

READ: How the Pneumonia Vaccine Helps
 

How the Lungs Protect from Flu


Voelker & NumataResearchers Dennis Voelker, PhD, and Mari Numata, MD, PhD, discovered a new and inexpensive approach to preventing and treating the flu and other respiratory infections. Watch as they explain what they learned and how it will help health care.

WATCH: How the Lungs Protect

 
 

Upcoming Events

Support National Jewish Health in your community. Find out when we will be in your area.

Jan 7 Walk With a Doc
Denver, CO
  Feb 25 Beaux Arts FREEDOM Ball
Denver, CO
  Mar 16 Financial Industries Dinner
New York, NY

Find a Walk With A Doc event near you!

 
 

Clinical Trials


Preventing COPD Flare-Ups with Beta Blockers

Our researchers are seeking individuals ages 40 to 85 with emphysema, chronic bronchitis and other forms of COPD for a clinical trial to determine if a medication (Metoprolol) can reduce flare-ups. The trials will also study the effects of beta blockers on shortness of breath, lung function and ability to exercise. Learn more.

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