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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.
In 2014, Americans will spend about $2.2 billion on e-cigarettes — numbers that exceed those for nicotine-replacement therapy (NRT) and begin to compete with the $85 billion in annual sales of lethal combusted tobacco.
Researchers found that among 453 denture wearers, 186 who did not remove them before sleep were at a 2.3-fold higher risk for pneumonia than those who did.
Physicians are urging healthcare workers to be aware of the possibility of enterovirus D68-related neurological illness in children.
Fire crews believe the electronic cigarette was being charged through a USB port with the wrong adaptor.
All elective surgeries at Mission Hospital, the third-largest hospital in Orange County, Calif, are on hold after four patients who underwent orthopedic operations developed infections.
There is a correlation between adverse childhood experiences COPD development, with a more pronounced association in women, CDC researchers say.
Federal regulators say Pfizer has provided low-quality evidence to support its request to remove a bold-letter warning from its anti-smoking drug Chantix about suicidal behavior.