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Imperial Tobacco Group, the world’s third largest cigarette maker, has launched a melt-in-your-mouth caffeine strip in the UK designed to give an energy boost in seconds.
Bronchiectasis and COPD share many similarities and these similarities can lead to one disease being mistaken for the other.
A study found that 53.9% of the 2,671 mechanically ventilated patients screened met basic communication criteria and could potentially benefit from the use of assistive communication tools and speech language consultation.
A study conducted by Johns Hopkins researchers suggests copayment provisions do not significantly reduce Medicaid recipients’ use of emergency rooms.
A study of social networks has yielded clues about how best to improve vaccination rates for influenza.
National Jewish Health for Kids will provide diagnostic and treatment services for children with respiratory, allergic and immune system disorders at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center.
Robert Califf, MD, a recognized global leader in cardiology, clinical research, and medical economics, is the next FDA Deputy Commissioner for Medical Products and Tobacco.
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.