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.
Immunovaccine has received clearance from Health Canada to conduct a clinical trial on a vaccine for RSV.
The family of a teen who developed narcolepsy after receiving the Pandemrix swine flu vaccination is taking legal action.
Draeger Medical Inc has extended its exclusive agreement with Intensive Care On-line Network (ICON) to provide clinical and educational support to users of Dräger neonatal care equipment.
Pulmonx has has acquired the assets of Aeris Therapeutics, the maker of AeriSeal, a foam-based lung sealant system for the treatment of emphysema.
Drug developer Invion is conducting clinical trials with the drug nadalol to aid smoking cessation efforts.
Three bills banning the use and sales of e-cigarettes to minors have been vetoed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.
Research to be featured at the annual conference of the Society of Critical Care Medicine will show that noninvasive minute ventilation monitoring is more accurate than pulse oximetry.
New research shows that the best method to quit smoking may depend on how fast they metabolize the nicotine in their body.
A new study examined the prevalence of secondhand smoke exposure among teens who never smoked.