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'Metabolizer Test' Might Someday Take Guesswork Out of Quitting Smoking
Quitting smoking is notoriously tough, and some smokers may try different approaches for years before they succeed, if ever.


COPD Community
Whether you've just been diagnosed or have been living with COPD for years, you'll find valuable resources and a supportive community at NewLifeOutlook.com. COPD Community

A Few Extra Pounds May Harm Lung Function in Black, Hispanic Kids - MedicineNet
Even a small amount of extra weight can have a negative effect on the lung function of Hispanic and black children, according to a new study.

A Focus on Lungs
Focus on Lung Therapies Respiratory Health, including extensive medical information about asthma, lung cancer and pneumonia

A Guide to Smoking-Cessation Options - MedicineNet
People who want to quit smoking cigarettes no longer have to suffer through cold-turkey withdrawal.

ARDS
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Abnormal Lung Scan May Be 'Teachable Moment' for Smokers - MedicineNet
The more serious their lung cancer screening results, the more likely smokers are to give up cigarettes, a new study finds.

Acupuncture May Be Worth a Shot for COPD - MedicineNet
Acupuncture may allow people with the lung disease COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to breathe a bit easier.

Adempas Approved to Treat Pulmonary Hypertension - MedicineNet
Adempas riociguat has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat two types of pulmonary hypertension, characterized by high blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs.

Adenocarcinoma
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Adenoma
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Adenoma, Bronchial : Article by Charles Van Way, MD
Adenoma, Bronchial - Bronchial adenoma is a descriptive but misleading term for a histologically and clinically diverse group of respiratory tract neoplasms, which includes bronchial neuroendocrine tumors (carcinoids), adenoid cystic carcinomas (cylindromas), mucoepidermoid carcinomas, mucous gland adenomas, and other mixed seromucinous tumors arising from mucous glands and ducts of the tracheobronchial tree. The term is misleading because these tumors are of widely variable malignant potential, although low-grade malignancies predominate. Only mucous gland adenomas are truly benign, lacking malignant potential.Originally, in ...

Adult Smoking Stalls, Alarming Experts
Learn about lung therapies and respiratory health, including medical information about asthma, lung cancer and pneumonia.

Aid for Children with Tracheostomies
Aid for Children with Tracheostomies is a national self help group operating as a registered charity. It was founded in May 1983 and is run by parents of children with a tracheostomy and by people who sympathise with the needs of such families.

Air Pollution Exposure May Boost Risk of Early Death - MedicineNet
Breathing in tiny particles of toxic chemicals from the air could lead to an increased risk of premature death, a large new study suggests.

Air Pollution: Is It That Bad For Your Lungs?
Learn about lung therapies and respiratory health, including medical information about asthma, lung cancer and pneumonia.

Air Quality Better in Northeast, Midwest
Learn about lung therapies and respiratory health, including medical information about asthma, lung cancer and pneumonia.

Airport Smoking Areas Expose Travelers, Workers to Risk: CDC - MedicineNet
Levels of secondhand smoke outside smoking rooms and other designated smoking areas in airports are five times higher than in smoke-free airports, a new U.S. study finds.

Alpha1-Antitrypsin Deficiency : Article by Paul Fairman, MD
Alpha1-Antitrypsin Deficiency - Alpha1-antitrypsin (AAT) deficiency is one of the most common inherited disorders among whites. Its primary manifestation is early-onset panacinar emphysema. A minority of patients develops hepatic cirrhosis. Slowly progressive dyspnea is the primary symptom, although many patients initially have symptoms of cough, sputum production, or ...

Among New Smokers, Teen Boys More Likely to Quit Than Girls: Study - MedicineNet
Teen boys who recently started smoking are more likely to quit than teen girls. And, both boys and girls who are frightened by cigarette warning labels or play team sports are more likely to quit, new research shows.

Ancestry May Affect Lung Function Tests
Learn about lung therapies and respiratory health, including medical information about asthma, lung cancer and pneumonia.

Annual COPD Costs To Hit $49 Billion by 2020: CDC - MedicineNet
Medical costs for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD in the United States are more than $32 billion each year, according to new research from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Anoro Ellipta Approved for COPD
Anoro Ellipta umeclidinium and vilanterol inhalation powder has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for once-daily treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD.

Anthrax, Then and Now
Learn about the history of anthrax bacillus anthracis, who discovered it, the causes, symptoms, types cutaneous, inhalation, gastrointestinal, and statistics.

Anti-Smoking Ads Have Increased Quit Attempts: CDC - MedicineNet
National ads featuring people living with the effects of smoking-related diseases may have worked better at prompting smokers to kick the habit than expected, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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