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New project aims to increase patient willingness to take life-saving oral drugs

New project aims to increase patient willingness to take life-saving oral drugs

Deaths from inhalation of wildfire smoke in the U.S. could double by 2100

Deaths from inhalation of wildfire smoke in the U.S. could double by 2100

Sunovion receives Complete Response Letter from FDA for dasotraline NDA

Sunovion receives Complete Response Letter from FDA for dasotraline NDA

E. coli strain found in poultry products may cause bladder infections in people

E. coli strain found in poultry products may cause bladder infections in people

People with deep forehead wrinkles may have higher risk of cardiovascular mortality

People with deep forehead wrinkles may have higher risk of cardiovascular mortality

Open plan offices increase employee physical activity and lower stress

Open plan offices increase employee physical activity and lower stress

Rutgers researchers receive $2.5 million NIEHS grant to study cadmium exposure in expecting mothers

Rutgers researchers receive $2.5 million NIEHS grant to study cadmium exposure in expecting mothers

BrainScope receives second consecutive nomination for 2018 Prix Galien USA Awards

BrainScope receives second consecutive nomination for 2018 Prix Galien USA Awards

New conference to establish roadmap for treatment-focused research on smell and taste disorders

New conference to establish roadmap for treatment-focused research on smell and taste disorders

Teetotallers take more sick days than drinkers

Teetotallers take more sick days than drinkers

Study finds higher risk of sickness absence from work among abstainers than low-risk drinkers

Study finds higher risk of sickness absence from work among abstainers than low-risk drinkers

Deadly form of black lung disease found to be increasing among U.S. coal miners

Deadly form of black lung disease found to be increasing among U.S. coal miners

Relaxation after work could give better night’s sleep

Relaxation after work could give better night’s sleep

Dining out may boost levels of health-harming phthalates in the body

Dining out may boost levels of health-harming phthalates in the body

Smoking linked to increased risk of hearing loss

Smoking linked to increased risk of hearing loss

Study finds underreporting of mining-related injuries and illness in Illinois

Study finds underreporting of mining-related injuries and illness in Illinois

New research project aims to prevent weight-related health conditions among bus drivers

New research project aims to prevent weight-related health conditions among bus drivers

New research project to determine why mine dust-related lung diseases are on the rise

New research project to determine why mine dust-related lung diseases are on the rise

Women with depression and fatigue at increased risk for work-related injuries, study finds

Women with depression and fatigue at increased risk for work-related injuries, study finds

Indigenous people exposed to oil spills have harmful metal contaminants in their body, study finds

Indigenous people exposed to oil spills have harmful metal contaminants in their body, study finds