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Heart drug designed for U.S. blacks a cheaper option

Heart drug designed for U.S. blacks a cheaper option

Vitamin D keeps lungs healthy - CHEST study

Vitamin D keeps lungs healthy - CHEST study

Bird flu would cause serious recession in the U.S.

Bird flu would cause serious recession in the U.S.

Sleep apnea increases the risk of stroke four fold

Sleep apnea increases the risk of stroke four fold

Sleep-disorders related to breathing suggest increase risk of stroke

Sleep-disorders related to breathing suggest increase risk of stroke

Significant relationships between household endotoxin and diagnosed asthma

Significant relationships between household endotoxin and diagnosed asthma

New and promising antibody profiling technique to test for non-small cell lung cancer cases

New and promising antibody profiling technique to test for non-small cell lung cancer cases

Diets rich in meat increase the likelihood of developing chronic respiratory symptoms

Diets rich in meat increase the likelihood of developing chronic respiratory symptoms

Early wheezers continue to have poorer lung function as they age

Early wheezers continue to have poorer lung function as they age

University of Alberta researchers pioneer gene therapy to restore alveoli and lung capillaries in damaged rat lungs

University of Alberta researchers pioneer gene therapy to restore alveoli and lung capillaries in damaged rat lungs

Strong association between physical and mental health problems and restless legs syndrome

Strong association between physical and mental health problems and restless legs syndrome

Controlling antibiotic-prescribing practices in hospitals

Controlling antibiotic-prescribing practices in hospitals

Researchers find CCL5 protein produced in the course of respiratory viral infections can serve to protect macrophages from an untimely death

Researchers find CCL5 protein produced in the course of respiratory viral infections can serve to protect macrophages from an untimely death

Patients in level I trauma centers were nearly 20 percent less likely to die than those in level II centers

Patients in level I trauma centers were nearly 20 percent less likely to die than those in level II centers

Greasing the gears that drive the interferon signal

Greasing the gears that drive the interferon signal

Music helps people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease focus on their breathing

Music helps people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease focus on their breathing

Fndings could lead to a treatment for idiopathic interstitial pneumonia

Fndings could lead to a treatment for idiopathic interstitial pneumonia

Family-centered approach improves communication and care in intensive care unit

Family-centered approach improves communication and care in intensive care unit

More than two thirds of meta-analyses available to critical care physicians have major methodological flaws

More than two thirds of meta-analyses available to critical care physicians have major methodological flaws

Bacteria lurking in household dust produce chemicals that may trigger asthma

Bacteria lurking in household dust produce chemicals that may trigger asthma