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New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s administration will ban hydraulic fracturing (or “fracking”) in New York State due to concerns over health risks, according to a Dec 17 report in the New York Times
A failure by residents to heat and ventilate retrofitted properties could lead to more people developing asthma, according to UK researchers.
A study that evaluated respiratory complications with the use of misoprostol, or prostaglandin E1 (PGE1), found that no patients receiving this medicine had worsening of respiratory symptoms.
A new study shows that many public health agencies rely too heavily on reports of monthly cigarette use, which indicates the need for a deeper analysis of teen smoking statistics.
A report published in the European Respiratory Journal indicates that toddlers who share a family bed have a higher risk of developing asthma later in life.
A recent study published in PLOS ONE reveals that giving flu shots to schoolchildren can also protect others.
From 2000-01 through 2010-11, influenza vaccination increased among children living in Tennessee, but the proportion of fully vaccinated children remained less than 50%, according to study findings.
The CDC is calling 2014 an “unprecedented” year for public health challenges, citing the Ebola epidemic and a rise in other communicable diseases like MERS.
The presence of emphysema-like lung detected on CT scans was associated with increased all-cause mortality in patients without obstructive lung disease, according to new research.
A new report on animal-borne infectious diseases examined the threat to humans from guinea pigs infected with a bacteria known as Streptococcus equi subspecies zooepidemicus.