Headlines Tagged with Inflammation/infections/immunity — 925 headlines found
Effect modification by race–ethnicity of environmental tobacco smoke exposure on airway inflammation in US children
Asthma mortality and morbidity are higher in black than in white children. Fractional exhaled nitric oxide (FeNO) is a noninvasive biomarker...no evidence at 6 to 11 years of age for an effect modification by race of the association between ETS and FeNO.
Oct 3, 2015 Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
added Oct 5, 2015 20:24
INV102 treated smokers were more likely to stop smoking completely or dramatically reduce the number of cigarettes smoked / Data demonstrates that INV102 is a safe and effective treatment for patients with chronic bronchitis who are enrolled in smoking c
Oct 5, 2015 PR Newswire
added Oct 5, 2015 13:40
Cigarette smoking is a risk factor for developing multiple sclerosis among first-degree relatives of confirmed MS patients, according to an ongoing study of more than 2,600 such individuals.
Oct 5, 2015 MedPage Today
added Oct 5, 2015 10:41
Parents who allow their children with asthma to be exposed to second hand smoke (SHS) at home need to know the risk is high their child will be hospitalized. In fact, the risk is nearly double that for kids with asthma who are not exposed to SHS.
Sep 24, 2015 American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
added Sep 24, 2015 12:50
Smoking habits had no effect on quality-of-life outcomes among patients with allergic rhinitis who underwent sublingual immunotherapy...analyzed the effect of smoking habits on outcomes, controlling for other patient characteristics, and they observed no
Sep 23, 2015 Healio.com
added Sep 23, 2015 20:17
Higher chances of regular smoking, toxic liquids, inflammation, reduced immunity, and cancer causing chemicals are just a few of the amazing attributes of E-cigarettes. They are truly remarkable creations that one should be impressed by!
Sep 23, 2015 Hackensack (NJ) Record/Herald News
added Sep 23, 2015 19:46
Regular and heavy smokers have a significantly increased risk of tooth loss, warns a study. Male smokers are up to 3.6 times more likely to lose their teeth than non-smokers, whereas female smokers have 2.5 times greater risk, the findings showed.
Sep 16, 2015 Jagran Post (in)
added Sep 17, 2015 12:37
People with a genetic predisposition for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) significantly increased their odds of developing the blinding eye disorder if they had a history of heavy smoking and consistently did not exercise or eat enough fruits and v
Sep 16, 2015 National Institutes of Health (NIH)
added Sep 17, 2015 12:35
risk was attributed to greater lifetime sun exposure, older age, a higher body mass index (an indicator of obesity), smoking... "You can't change your genetics without changing who your parents were, but you can [avoid smoking] and not get too much sun,"
Sep 9, 2015 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Sep 9, 2015 22:26
It is critical to leverage all of these strengths into effective public health policy, research, education, and health care delivery to address the lung cancer issue in China. A problem of this magnitude deserves nothing less.
Sep 1, 2015 Cancer
added Sep 3, 2015 11:01