Prenatal tobacco smoke exposure appears to be associated with airflow obstruction in children who have asthma.
Adolescents who use electronic cigarettes with higher levels of nicotine may progressively increase the frequency and intensity of smoking.
Current use of 2 or more tobacco products was highest among installation, maintenance, and repair workers.
Researchers surveyed knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, barriers, and facilitators related to screening patients for lung cancer.
Prenatal exposure to certain phenols and phthalates may have adverse effects on children's respiratory health.
Mortality rates and changes in mortality rates for chronic respiratory diseases in the United States varied by county, sex, and particular disease type.
Replacing smoking with vaping would result in "substantial" life-year gains.
Early initiation of folic acid or prenatal vitamin supplementation may protect the offspring of mothers who have a history of atopy from adverse childhood respiratory outcomes.
Fewer than half of patients with asthma have received a pneumococcal vaccination.
E-cigarettes that contain nicotine may cause arterial stiffness and increase blood pressure and heart rate.
Even in levels below EPA limits, particulate matter can damage kidneys.
A computer-based alert system does not increase thromboprophylaxis among patients in general medical wards at hospitals.
Patients who underwent lung CT screening had a higher 2-week smoking cessation rate vs patients who did not undergo screening.
Recent research suggests that perioperative and postoperative pulmonary rehabilitation improves outcomes in patients undergoing thoracic surgery.
There is no conclusive evidence to support the use of vaccines for preventing the common cold.
Influenza and pulmonary-related hospitalizations were lower in elderly patients who received the high-dose trivalent influenza vaccine vs the standard dose.
Researchers examined the efficacy of conservative vs liberal fluid management in ARDS on disease mortality.
Incidence of delirium and coma were not prevented with early initiation of simvastatin in patients on mechanical ventilation.
In an effort to reduce nicotine to "non-addictive" levels, the FDA will begin a public dialogue.
Vaccinations include Fluad, Flucelvax Quadrivalent, Afluria Quadrivalent, and Fluvirin,