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From April 30, 2014: The Food and Drug Administration is making another attempt at regulating electronic cigarettes and other tobacco products. The agency proposed rules that call for strict regulation of electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, nicotine gels, water...

source: Advance for Respiratory Care & Sleep Medicine

From April 16, 2014: In a recent study, scientists have used blood samples to identify people with lung cancer. At the Stanford School of Medicine, Dr. Maximilian Diehn spends some of his time as a radiation oncologist treating patients with cancer and some of his time delving...

source: NPR

From June 11, 2014: A woman was diagnosed with advanced, incurable lung cancer that, in fact, was early-stage, curable lung cancer with additional lung lesions due to a rare antibiotic side effect. When her primary lung tumor...

source: Oncology Nurse Advisor

From May 28, 2014: About 7 in 10 patients who go to a doctor seeking treatment for acute bronchitis wind up leaving their appointment with a prescription for an antibiotic, according to a new study in JAMA. That's a problem, the study...

source: Los Angeles Times

From March 5, 2014: Medicines commonly used to control asthma may increase the risk of a potentially serious sleep problem in some people, a small, early study suggests. "Inhaled corticosteroids may predispose to sleep apnea in some asthma patients," said study author Dr....

source: U.S News & World Report

From June 4, 2014: Home testing for OSA reduces costs and preserves good clinical outcomes compared with traditional testing in a sleep lab, according to a new study from researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University...

source: HealthCanal


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