Careers  |  Sign In  |  Register  |   Twitter

Latest in Pulmonary Medicine

Individuals who are trying to quit smoking are more likely to do so with the popular e-cigarette than via other methods such as the nicotine patch or chewing gum, says an article published by Reuters. Though e-cigarettes usually contain nicotine, e-cigarettes are said to be a much safer alternative to...
The New York Times reports on two studies published in NEJM that have looked at two different drugs that may help slow the decline of people with fatal lung disease. The first study tested the effect of perfenidone, made by InterMune, on patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis while the second study...
A study from the University of California, San Diego School of Health reported that individuals with mental health conditions account for 30 to 50 percent of the cigarettes sold in the U.S. annually, and are more likely to have used electronic nicotine consumption devices. Time Magazine reports that of the...