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Turning Off Asthma Attacks

Working with human immune cells in the laboratory, Johns Hopkins researchers report they have identified a critical cellular "off" switch for the inflammatory immune response ...
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Lung Function Decline Accelerates In Menopausal Women

Menopausal women appear to experience an accelerated decline in lung function, according to new research published online ahead of print in the American Thoracic Society’s Ame...
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First Structural Map Of Cystic Fibrosis Protein Sheds Light On How Mutations Cause Disease

Rockefeller scientists have created the first three-dimensional map of the protein responsible for cystic fibrosis, an inherited disease for which there is no cure. This achie...
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Your current Issue of NEWS-Line for HealthCare Providers is now available!

The mid-month News issue of NEWS-Line for HealthCare Providers magazine is now online www.news-line.com/NLemag ...
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Almost Half Of Kids Childcare Children Have Respiratory Virus, Study Shows

Forty-three per cent of children at two daycare centres researchers studied had at least one virus in their respiratory tract. It's that time of year again. The temperature i...
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Sleep Medicine Specialist Urges: Don’t Ignore The Dangers Of Sleep Apnea

The recent catastrophic NJ Transit train accident in Hoboken highlights one of the perils of undiagnosed sleep apnea – the threat to transportation safety. As in several other...
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Lung-MAP Clinical Trial Is Helping Patients With Lung Cancer

Lung-MAP (SWOG S1400) is a multi-drug, multi-sub-study, biomarker-driven squamous cell lung cancer clinical trial that uses state-of-the-art genomic profiling to match patient...
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First-Ever Study Shows E-Cigarettes Cause Damage To Gum Tissue

A University of Rochester Medical Center study suggests that electronic cigarettes are as equally damaging to gums and teeth as conventional cigarettes. The study, published ...
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Sleep Apnea Immediately Compromises Blood Pressure

A single bout of sleep apnea impacts the human body's ability to regulate blood pressure. In a recent study measuring the impact of simulated sleep apnea on humans, researche...
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Good News For Kids Recovering From Complex Pneumonia

In some good news for families of children recovering from complex pneumonia, doctors recommend in a study published by Pediatrics it’s better to send kids home from the hospi...
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E-Cigarettes May Harm Teens' Lung Health

E-cigarette use among teenagers is growing dramatically, and public health experts are concerned that these devices may be a gateway to smoking. Now, new research indicates th...
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Smartwatches Connect Intensive Care Doctors And Their Patients

Researchers have come up with a way to link a smartwatch to the metabolic monitors used with patients in intensive care. If the sensors – which were developed at EPFL – detect...
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Monday Helps Quitters Stay Smoke Free For The Holidays

The American Cancer Society holds its 39th Great American Smokeout on Thursday, Nov. 17th. Joining their cause to help smokers quit for good is the Quit & Stay Quit Monday (QS...
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Johns Hopkins Researcher Advance Treatment Of Tuberculosis By Targeting New Enzyme

Researchers at Johns Hopkins report they have laid the foundation to develop novel antibiotics that work against incurable, antibiotic-resistant bacteria like tuberculosis by ...
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Gary And Mary West Foundation Celebrates Decade Of Grantmaking To Improve The Lives Of Vulnerable Seniors

Today, the Gary and Mary West Foundation celebrates its 10-year anniversary, marking a decade of pioneering philanthropists Gary and Mary West's ongoing efforts to help vulner...
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Component Of Red Wine, Grapes Can Help To Reduce Inflammation, Georgia State Researchers Find

A component of red wine and grapes can help control inflammation induced by a bacterial pathogen that is linked to upper respiratory tract inflammatory diseases such as asthma...
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Military Experience Inspires Nurse Anesthetists To Continue Serving Fellow Veterans In VA

On this 78th observance of Veterans Day,* military, veteran, and civilian Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) stand shoulder to shoulder with the veterans they ser...
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Lab-Grown Mini Lungs Successfully Transplanted Into Mice

Researchers at the University of Michigan have transplanted lab-grown mini lungs into immunosuppressed mice where the structures were able to survive, grow and mature. “In ma...
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Researchers Find That Even Mild Pulmonary Complications After Surgery Can Pose Major Risks

Researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, along with seven other major institutions, have found that even mild postoperative pulmonary complications (...
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Study: Graphic Pictures On Cigarette Packs Would Significantly Reduce Smoking Death Rate

Using prominent, graphic pictures on cigarette packs warning against smoking could avert more than 652,000 deaths, up to 92,000 low birth weight infants, up to 145,000 preterm...
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Ebola Adapted To Better Infect Humans During 2013-2016 Epidemic

Researchers have identified mutations in Ebola virus that emerged during the 2013-2016 Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa that increased the ability of the virus to infect hu...
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Wearable Medical Device Market Reaches $13 Billion

According to Kalorama Information, the global wearable medical device market is valued at just over $13.2 billion for 2016. The wearable technology industry, in general, is c...
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This New Technology Could Prevent A Leading Cause Of Death

What do Casey Kasem, Christopher Reeve and Muhammad Ali have in common? They all died of sepsis: a rapid, potentially deadly reaction that affects about 1 million Americans ea...
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Novel Approach In Primary Care Setting May Help Identify Patients With COPD

With five simple questions and an inexpensive peak expiratory flow (PEF) meter, primary care clinicians may be able to diagnose many more patients with chronic obstructive pul...
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Epipen Sticker Shock? No Problem. We’ll Make Our Own.

The outcry reverberated at hospitals, in newspaper editorials and around dinner tables last month when news broke that the makers of EpiPen raised the cost of the life-saving ...
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