Changing pollination patterns, extreme weather events, rising sea levels, air pollution, and extreme temperatures all negatively affect respiratory conditions.
Although cigarette taxes were supposedly implemented to encourage smokers to quit, they can have a disproportionate effect on people of low-income status.
Early intervention in the case of respiratory compromise in patients with multiple sclerosis has the potential to prevent infection and maintain pulmonary function.
Electronic cigarettes were once thought to be a helpful smoking cessation tool, but new evidence suggests they may be as if not more harmful than combustible cigarettes.
To examine the link between cardiovascular disease and sleep apnea, The Cardiology Advisor spoke with cardiologist Seth S. Martin, MD, MHS, FACC, FAHA and sleep specialist Rachel Marie E. Salas, MD, FAAN.
Prenatal and early life stress, including societal stress, have been implicated in the development of asthma and other allergic diseases in children.
As a result of activating the inflammatory-immune system, pneumonia may trigger cardiovascular complications.
Study examines increased physical activity may lower the risk for several cancers and may be beneficial for improving quality of life.
Researchers from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases are working to develop a universal influenza vaccine.
Evaluating the benefits of wearable fitness technology.
Smokers with asthma have been encouraged to switch from conventional to electronic cigarettes, but the latter may still cause respiratory damage.
Recent research suggests that perioperative and postoperative pulmonary rehabilitation improves outcomes in patients undergoing thoracic surgery.