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African–American patients with COPD are more likely to be affected by therapy-induced bronchoconstriction, a study suggests.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association is urging its members to take the risks of hypoxia seriously and recommends pilots use pulse oximeters as a precaution.
GlycoMimetics Inc will be presenting preclinical updates on GMI-1051, an investigational drug used to treat and prevent P. aeruginosa, at the 28th Annual NACF Conference on October 9-11.
A UK regulatory body has approved a cigarette-shaped nicotine inhaler called “Voke,” the first “alternative to smoking” to be approved in the UK.
Environmental research has discovered the presence of carbapenem-resistant bacteria in the designated venue for rowing events at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A new report predicts that over the next five years, close to 100 million wearable remote health monitoring devices will ship to consumers.
Mediquip Home Care, a provider of home medical equipment services, will expand its reach to service Federal Agencies by applying for a GSA Schedule.
There are five states where COPD prevalence is alarmingly high relative to the national average of 6.3%.
Nearly one in five US students smoked hookah in the last year, according to a study published in the journal Pediatrics, but the trend can be more dangerous than smoking cigarettes.