respiratory diseases Stories
- A long hotel stay can increase the risk of developing chronic illnesses.
- Experiencing a dangerous haze, Singapore's National Environment Agency described air quality levels as "unhealthy" and advised people to stay inside.
- Latest research reveals important differences in how the new MERS coronavirus and the SARS virus from 2003 afflict patients.
Infection And Death Of Trees Linked To Rise In Cardiovascular And Respiratory Deaths; How Are They Connected?A spike in yearly human deaths can be attributed to the mass death of trees from an insect invasion.
- 3-D printers and quick thinking saved a 2-month-old baby from suffocating.
- Individuals' occupations may be boosting their risk of adult-onset asthma.
- The health of trees in your neighborhood can affect your risk for developing cardiovascular and respiratory illnesses.
- A simple task such as hand washing can be the difference between preventing or contracting diarrheal diseases and pneumonia.
- Two of the people currently isolated for the infection are under the age of five.
- The inmates argue that the lack of access to floss is causing them to lose their teeth.
- The disease, in the same family of viruses as the common cold, has infected a 49-year-old Qatari national and has already killed a 60-year-old Saudi man.
- Decreasing inhaler use from daily increments to just when they have symptoms will cut down on costs - potentially a savings of a combined $2 billion a year.