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Former Ravens OL Ryan Jensen diagnosed with severe sleep apnea - CBSSports.com

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Former Ravens OL Ryan Jensen diagnosed with severe sleep apnea
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"It could have been a disaster, as far as me having the sleep apnea and not knowing," Jensen told the Sun on Saturday morning after the Ravens released him. "It's a rough thing. Reggie White died in the middle of the night. It could have been catastrophic.
Ex-Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Ryan Jensen diagnosed with, treated for ...Baltimore Sun
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The radical new way to treat asthma - have your tonsils out - Daily Mail

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The radical new way to treat asthma - have your tonsils out
Daily Mail
A growing number of studies suggest tonsil removal can, in some cases, reduce the symptoms of asthma - an inflammation of the airways that causes wheezing and breathing difficulties. Asthma affects one in 11 children in the UK, and is the most common ...

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Cipla Ltd launches copy of GSK's top asthma drug in Germany, Sweden - Economic Times

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Cipla Ltd launches copy of GSK's top asthma drug in Germany, Sweden
Economic Times
MUMBAI: Cipla Ltd has launched an anti-asthma inhaler in Germany and Sweden that is a generic version of GlaxoSmithKline Plc's Advair, a move that will further dent sales of the British firm's top-selling product. Cipla's drug will be marketed under ...
Cipla Enters the Respiratory Market in Germany and Sweden with Affordable ...MarketWatch
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Partial asthma control therapy decreased use, sustained control - Healio

Partial asthma control therapy decreased use, sustained control
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A treatment approach aimed at partial asthma control in adult patients significantly decreased medication use and associated costs and sustained asthma control when compared with a controlled-asthma approach, according to recent study results.

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Unusual respiratory virus hitting hundreds of kids in Missouri - kfor.com

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Unusual respiratory virus hitting hundreds of kids in Missouri
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“We have about 10 to 15 percent who have severe illness from this virus, which actually acts like asthma exacerbations,” said Dr. Jackson. Experts say about two-thirds of those hospitalized are children with a history of asthma or wheezing. However ...
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New respiratory virus hits Kansas City area kidsKansas City Star
Rare respiratory virus strikes hundreds of kidsmyfox8.com
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Kimbra reveals lifelong struggle with severe asthma and dangerous attacks - Daily Mail

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Kimbra reveals lifelong struggle with severe asthma and dangerous attacks
Daily Mail
She's just as famous for her energetic stage performances as she is for her soaring vocals, but New Zealand singer Kimbra has revealed that she has been battling with severe asthma her entire life. The 24-year-old beauty has spoken out about her ...
Kimbra breathes life into asthma awareness campaignPharmacy News
Kimbra to release more Golden Echo songsYahoo!7 News

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UM sleep specialist warns: Don't take sleep apnea lightly - MiamiHerald.com

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UM sleep specialist warns: Don't take sleep apnea lightly
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Douglas now feels fine, thanks to nightly use of her “CPAP” (continuous positive air pressure) machine, an oxygen mask that is placed over the face and maintains a steady stream of oxygen to the body during sleep. The machine is the only treatment that ...

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Possible key protein for curing pulmonary hypertension found - Zee News

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Possible key protein for curing pulmonary hypertension found
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Washington: A new study has found that oxidized lipids, may also contribute to pulmonary hypertension, a serious lung disease that narrows the small blood vessels in the lungs. The researchers at UCLA demonstrated using a rodent model that a peptide ...
Protein in 'good cholesterol' may be a key to treating pulmonary hypertensionImperial Valley News

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Joan Rivers still in serious condition after suffering cardiac, respiratory arrest - whnt.com

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Joan Rivers still in serious condition after suffering cardiac, respiratory arrest
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(CNN) — Comedian Joan Rivers is “resting comfortably” in a New York hospital after apparently suffering cardiac and respiratory arrest during a procedure at a medical clinic Thursday. Her daughter, Melissa Rivers, issued a statement on Friday. “My ...
Melissa Rivers distraught as mom Joan Rivers remains in medically induced comaNew York Daily News
Joan Rivers -- Still in Serious ConditionTMZ.com
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Louisville doctors expect more allergy, asthma patients as fall begins - WDRB

Louisville doctors expect more allergy, asthma patients as fall begins
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(WDRB) -- Louisville doctors expect to see more asthma and allergy patients in the next few weeks than any other time of year. Clinical studies show hospitalizations linked to asthma peak 17 days after Labor Day. Allergy specialist Dr. Gerald Lee says ...

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