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Cigarette smoke blocks lung's self-healing that can lead to COPD

Cigarette smoke blocks lung's self-healing that can lead to COPD

Study: Nonoperative management of abdominal gunshot wounds is safe option in selected patients

Study: Nonoperative management of abdominal gunshot wounds is safe option in selected patients

New research pinpoints how bacteria get into lungs of healthy people

New research pinpoints how bacteria get into lungs of healthy people

New research pinpoints how immigrant microbes get to the lungs

New research pinpoints how immigrant microbes get to the lungs

Mayo Clinic: Surgeons complete near-total face transplant on Wyoming man

Mayo Clinic: Surgeons complete near-total face transplant on Wyoming man

Researchers explore how patients with COPD, heart failure and heart attack fared in ICU

Researchers explore how patients with COPD, heart failure and heart attack fared in ICU

Study finds link between air pollution and daily cause-specific mortality in China

Study finds link between air pollution and daily cause-specific mortality in China

Stony Brook experts share few tips for surviving inconveniences caused by winter storms

Stony Brook experts share few tips for surviving inconveniences caused by winter storms

New $3.2 million NIH grant funds development of mobile Critical Care Recovery Program

New $3.2 million NIH grant funds development of mobile Critical Care Recovery Program

Exosome isolation using ultracentrifugation

Exosome isolation using ultracentrifugation

Instrument for blood gas and glucose analysis launched by Sphere Medical

Instrument for blood gas and glucose analysis launched by Sphere Medical

MGH researchers develop novel approach to analyze brainwave activity during sleep

MGH researchers develop novel approach to analyze brainwave activity during sleep

Sickest children can successfully undergo liver transplantation with advances in critical care

Sickest children can successfully undergo liver transplantation with advances in critical care

Preterm babies given monoclonal antibody appear less likely to develop recurrent wheeze

Preterm babies given monoclonal antibody appear less likely to develop recurrent wheeze

Study finds high rates of hospital-acquired infections among children in paediatric ICUs

Study finds high rates of hospital-acquired infections among children in paediatric ICUs

Sphere Medical study finds high variability in glycaemic control practices across northwest European ICUs

Sphere Medical study finds high variability in glycaemic control practices across northwest European ICUs

Penn Medicine Center for Digital Health maps ways to harness social media for improving care delivery

Penn Medicine Center for Digital Health maps ways to harness social media for improving care delivery

VUMC’s V3 program that pairs volunteers with dying patients expanding in 2017

VUMC’s V3 program that pairs volunteers with dying patients expanding in 2017

Doctors spend less face-to-face time with delayed patients in busy clinics, study finds

Doctors spend less face-to-face time with delayed patients in busy clinics, study finds

Oral devices improve sleep in OSA patients but may not reduce key heart disease risk factors

Oral devices improve sleep in OSA patients but may not reduce key heart disease risk factors