Five-year data support the use of pembrolizumab plus pemetrexed-platinum chemotherapy as standard care for previously untreated, metastatic, EGFR/ALK-wild-type NSCLC, according to researchers.
U.S. FDA advisers on Tuesday recommended the approval of a RSV vaccine that could be used in Americans ages 60 years and older.
A single dose of an AS01E-adjuvanted RSVPreF3 OA prevents RSV-related acute respiratory infection and lower respiratory tract disease in adults aged 60 years and older.
America’s health care workforce is under unprecedented strain, and leaders of the medical profession are scrambling to shore up doctors and nurses who are burning out in record numbers.
Participation in home-based cardiac rehabilitation is associated with a lower hazard of mortality, according to a study published online.
Using 24-hour objective actigraphy data, researchers assessed the association between rest-activity circadian rhythm and chronic respiratory diseases.
Researchers compared the sensitivity and specificity of 2 frailty screening tools — the Hospital Frailty Risk Score and the Clinical Frailty Scale — in patients with COPD.
The MOVe-AHEAD study enrolled over 1500 participants 18 years of age and older who resided in the same household with someone who tested positive for SARS-CoV-2.
Breath analysis seems promising for COVID-19 detection, according to a study published online Feb. 28 in JAMA Network Open.
Organ impairment persists in 59 percent of individuals one year after COVID-19, according to a study published online.
For patients at high cardiovascular risk, nonacceptance of a statin therapy recommendation is common, especially among women.
Whether women will continue to be able to get a medication abortion using the drug mifepristone in the United States hinges on the impending ruling of a federal judge in Texas.
Researchers explored the relationships between frailty, MCI, and exacerbation frequency in individuals with COPD treated on an outpatient basis.
Researchers reported results of the DESTINATION trial, which assessed the long-term safety and efficacy of subcutaneous tezepelumab for severe, uncontrolled asthma.
Many cancer patients may be treated with drugs that were granted accelerated approval but do not provide a clinical benefit, a study suggests.
A strategy of eight weeks of bedaquiline-linezolid is noninferior to a standard regimen for tuberculosis, according to a study.
During the 2022 to 2023 influenza season, vaccination is effective for reducing the risk for medically attended influenza among children and adults.
A new at-home test will help people struggling with upper respiratory symptoms figure out whether they have COVID-19 or the flu.
The heavily criticized US FDA tobacco program promised changes on Friday, including a five-year strategic plan to better outline priorities.
Researchers examined associations between air pollution and the progression of chronic lung diseases toward lung multimorbidity and mortality.
Investigators established impulse oscillometry-based measures for evaluating small airway function in adults with asthma.
The Lucira COVID-19 & Flu Home test is a single-use, nucleic acid amplification test intended for individuals with signs and symptoms consistent with a respiratory tract infection.
Transplantation of organs from SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid test-positive donors seems safe for short-term outcomes.
Induction of labor in uncomplicated pregnancies during weeks 37 to 41 of gestation is associated with lower education performance in children.
Young pregnant adolescents have worse outcomes than older adolescents, according to a study published recently.
The estimated global economic cost of cancer is projected to be $25.2 trillion from 2020 to 2050, according to a study published online.
Investigators sought to determine the association between positive airway pressure usage among individuals with OSA and health care costs over a 3-year period.
Researchers assessed how quality of life in those with asthma was affected during the transition from adolescence to adulthood.
Metabolic obesity phenotype is important when assessing obesity-related cancer risk, according to a study published online.
Social determinants of health and tumor biology contribute roughly equally to racial disparities in cancer-related death among Black and White women with breast cancer.