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Common cleaning products can trigger asthma symptoms - Reuters

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Common cleaning products can trigger asthma symptoms
Reuters
Vizcaya and his team evaluated respiratory symptoms over about two weeks in 21 women who had asthma symptoms within the past year, eight of whom also had a longer history of asthma. All were employees of cleaning companies in Barcelona, Spain.

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Metro-North engineers to take sleep apnea test - USA TODAY

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Metro-North engineers to take sleep apnea test
USA TODAY
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Metro-North has referred more than a quarter of its locomotive engineers — but less than what officials had anticipated — for sleep apnea testing as part of a pilot program in response to a fatal train derailment. Earlier this ...

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Study: Men With Sleep Apnea More Likely To Suffer From Depression - Forbes

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Study: Men With Sleep Apnea More Likely To Suffer From Depression
Forbes
Apnea occurs when breathing is interrupted during sleep, limiting oxygen flow to the brain. The most common form is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), caused by an airway blockage from soft tissue in the throat and/or nasal passages collapsing during sleep.
Is sleep apnea a risk factor for depression? Study examines the linkLos Angeles Times
Study confirms link between sleep apnea and depression in menMedical News Today
Sleep Apnea May Boost Depression Risk in MenWebMD
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Managing Severe Asthma in Adults: Lessons From the ERS/ATS Guidelines - Medscape

Managing Severe Asthma in Adults: Lessons From the ERS/ATS Guidelines
Medscape
Recent findings An updated definition of severe asthma is provided together with the evaluation steps necessary to reach a diagnosis of severe asthma. The importance of phenotyping is emphasized, and recommendations are provided for therapies ...

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Genetic pulmonary embolus factors - STLtoday.com

Genetic pulmonary embolus factors
STLtoday.com
Dear Dr. Roach • I am an active, healthy 70-year-old lady who, out of the blue, was hospitalized with a pulmonary embolus. I had no prior surgeries or leg involvement. After discharge, my GP diagnosed me with Factor V Leiden mutation, heterozygous and ...

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Asthma: From "Aware" to "Prepared" Saves Lives - Huffington Post

Asthma: From "Aware" to "Prepared" Saves Lives
Huffington Post
Did you know more than 25 million people in America have asthma -- including nearly seven million kids? Asthma has become common in the United States, but we need to make sure it never becomes commonplace or its burden easily accepted. May is ...

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Glaxo submits new asthma drug application in Japan - MarketWatch

Glaxo submits new asthma drug application in Japan
MarketWatch
LONDON--Pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline PLC (GSK.LN) said Friday it has submitted a new drug application to the Japanese health ministry for mepolizumab, a drug used for treating a type of severe asthma. The application for mepolizumab has ...
Glaxo Submits Japan Application For Mepolizumab In Eosinophilic AsthmaLondon South East
GlaxoSmithKline files regulatory application for mepolizumab in JapanRTT News

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Asthma, allergies Q & A with National Jewish Health - 9NEWS.com

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Asthma, allergies Q & A with National Jewish Health
9NEWS.com
Founded 116 years ago as a nonprofit hospital, National Jewish Health today is the only facility in the world dedicated exclusively to groundbreaking medical research and treatment of patients with respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders ...

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South Korea Confirms 3 Cases of Mideast Respiratory Virus - ABC News

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South Korea Confirms 3 Cases of Mideast Respiratory Virus
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South Korea said Thursday it has confirmed three cases of a respiratory virus that has killed hundreds of people in the Middle East. A 76-year-old man was diagnosed Thursday with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, according to the Korea Centers for ...
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Is Advair, the Ultra-Popular Asthma Drug, Really Safe? - Daily Beast

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Is Advair, the Ultra-Popular Asthma Drug, Really Safe?
Daily Beast
“We are proud to be in the forefront of research and development in the respiratory field and to have helped millions of patients with asthma,” the company said, adding that patients could suffer if they stopped taking Advair because of too much ...
Overuse, Safety Questions Cloud Advair's Ascent to Asthma BlockbusterProPublica

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