Concern is increasing that the use of newer tobacco products may catalyze transition to tobacco products or recreational drugs.
The risk for sudden unexpected infant death increased with any maternal smoking during pregnancy.
Most who smoke cigarettes and e-cigs have smoke-free home policies but fewer have vape-free policies.
As income decreased, there was an increase in the prevalence of gastrointestinal and respiratory illnesses.
In addition to sociodemographic factors, preterm birth and older age were associated with lower rotavirus vaccine coverage.
Participants from the Framingham Heart Study who were exposed to tobacco had higher absolute pulmonary blood vessel volume, higher small vessel volume, and/or higher small vessel fraction than those with less exposure.
The FDA has issued a warning letter to CanaRx for its involvement in the distribution of certain unapproved or misbranded drugs that may be harmful to US consumers.
New data demonstrate the potential of the Accelerate Pheno™ system to improve antimicrobial use and stewardship.