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Study participants who reported tobacco use or had higher levels of biomarkers of tobacco exposure had a higher prevalence of the sexually transmitted infection HPV-16.
US government funding of new research involving flu viruses and other pathogens in which scientists deliberately make them more transmissible or more deadly has been temporarily halted.
Starting in November, New Zealand’s Pharmaceutical Management Agency will publicly fund glycopyrronium and indacaterol for COPD, omalizumab for severe allergic asthma, and an inhalation form of the antibiotic tobramycin for CF.
With the annual flu season looming, hospitals and doctors are preparing themselves for ERs flooded with patients who fear Ebola but instead have influenza.
NIH recently awarded $15.6 million in grants to support research into mucolytic agents discovered by Parion Sciences.
Researchers are investigating a number of ways to combat the outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, including using existing drugs.
Some doctors worry accountable care organizations may micro-manage doctors and make their care decisions all about cost.
The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) recently concluded in Moscow and included the adoption of several landmark decisions.
For patients on a ventilator, daily spontaneous awakening and breathing trials lead to less time on assisted breathing, fewer adverse effects, and fewer days in the ICU and in the hospital, a CDC study says.
Men who adhere to CPAP for more than four hours a night have increased erectile function and sexual desire, a new study says.