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Following Sleep Apnea Surgery, Well-Rested Napoli Dreaming Of Big 2015 - CBS Local

Following Sleep Apnea Surgery, Well-Rested Napoli Dreaming Of Big 2015
CBS Local
BOSTON (CBS) — You may notice that Mike Napoli looks a little different as the Red Sox prepare for the 2015 season. Sure, the hefty beard is back after a quick absence at the end of the 2014 season. But he didn't shave off the whiskers that had graced ...

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Ask Well: Are Fatty Liver and Sleep Apnea Related? - New York Times (blog)

New York Times (blog)

Ask Well: Are Fatty Liver and Sleep Apnea Related?
New York Times (blog)
Fatty liver disease, or the buildup of fat in the liver, and sleep apnea, marked by snoring and interruptions of breathing at night, share some things in common. The two conditions frequently strike people who are overweight or obese. Each afflicts ...
Fatty liver disease and sleep apnea more connected than previously thoughtMedCity News

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Early Pneumonia Telltale Predictor for Asthma Later in Life - Medscape

Early Pneumonia Telltale Predictor for Asthma Later in Life
Medscape
Children who experienced lower respiratory illnesses during the first 3 years of their life had diminished lung function impairment as adults, and those who suffered from pneumonia as young children were at nearly twice the risk of having asthma and ...
Early pneumonia linked with later asthma and wheezeFamily Practice News Digital Network

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Primary Children's Hospital inundated with respiratory viruses - KSL.com

Primary Children's Hospital inundated with respiratory viruses
KSL.com
SALT LAKE CITY — Respiratory viruses are spreading like wildfire in Utah children, according to doctors at Primary Children's Hospital. Last week alone, Intermountain Healthcare treated 595 cases of respiratory viruses in kids. Donovan and Serenity ...

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Medical Matters: Asthma patients' experiences should inform care - Irish Times

Irish Times

Medical Matters: Asthma patients' experiences should inform care
Irish Times
While it's clearly my fault for never having asked a patient with asthma about stigma, I'm grateful to the Asthma Society of Ireland for bringing it to my attention. Its Living with Asthma study, published last week, highlights the resilience and ...

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Gov. Snyder appoints Hurley Medical Center staff to Michigan Board of ... - MLive.com

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Gov. Snyder appoints Hurley Medical Center staff to Michigan Board of ...
MLive.com
Gov. Rick Snyder appointed Veena Erinjeri to the Michigan Board of Respiratory Care. She will be a part of an 11-member board that assists the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) in overseeing the licensure requirements and ...

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Poverty, race drive asthma rates more than city living, research shows - Memphis Commercial Appeal

Memphis Commercial Appeal

Poverty, race drive asthma rates more than city living, research shows
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Her mother, Tyishia Walker, who suffers from asthma and has an older daughter with the disease, knew exactly what was wrong: Faith also had the chronic lung condition. “I'm sure it's from living in the city,” said Tyishia Walker. “We have more rats ...

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Jubilant Life gets USFDA nod for generic anti-asthma tablets - Economic Times

Jubilant Life gets USFDA nod for generic anti-asthma tablets
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Drug firm Jubilant Life Sciences has received final approval from the US health regulator for generic Montelukast Sodium chewable tablets used in the treatment of asthma and to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies. "The company has ...

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Pulmonary Embolism: More Common Than Most Realize - CBS Local

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Pulmonary Embolism: More Common Than Most Realize
CBS Local
DENVER (CBS4)- A blood clot in the lung, called pulmonary embolism, is potentially deadly and much more common that most people realize. Michelle Waller is an athlete who often goes for long runs as part of her training routine. She also climbs 14ers, ...

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The Disease that Killed 'Spock': Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder - Scientific American

Scientific American

The Disease that Killed 'Spock': Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder
Scientific American
Genetic factors, respiratory infections and air pollutant exposures, however, can also play a role. It's a leading cause of death in the U.S., with symptoms including shortness of breathing, wheezing, chronic coughing or excess production of mucus in ...
Leonard Nimoy dead at 83 after end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseNational Post
Actor Leonard Nimoy, 'Mr. Spock', dies of a pulmonary disease at age 83The Yucatan Times
What Killed Spock: Leonard Nimoy killed by cigarettes he gave up 30 years agoInternational Business Times UK
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