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Mortality rates for preterm infants has dropped, and a majority of this can be attributed to fewer deaths from respiratory distress syndrome (RDS).
A new lab test suggests that the use of e-cigarettes at high temperature settings may possibly release more formaldehyde than normal cigarettes.
Epileptic individuals who sleep on their stomach may be at increased risk of death, according to a new study.
Researchers trace the phylogenetic histories of the H7N9 influenza virus that has recently infected humans in China.
The National Institutes of Health have granted two research teams based at the University of Chicago to develop medicines for the treatment of asthma and sleep apnea.
A Multidisciplinary Respiratory Medicine study shows that individuals with asthma had lower functional capacity and levels of physical activity as well as a higher percentage of body fat compared to healthy individuals.
A new study examined the benefits of adenotonsillectomy for children with sleep apnea and showed improvements in quality of life and symptom severity.
Individuals hospitalized with pneumonia may have an increased risk of developing heart disease.
A team of researchers identified macrophage activation and other cellular events that may contribute to exacerbations in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
Researchers have identified a signaling pathway essential to the immune response of cells linked to the initiation of allergic asthma.