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The news is only getting worse for e-cigarettes, which the CDC has linked to more than 450 possible cases of lung disease. We’ve got the latest plus advice on how to stay safe.
The flavorings in e-cigs might be enticing, but new research suggests they can cause significant damage to blood vessels. Here’s what you need to know about vaping—and how to quit all cigarettes for good.
Keeping your house clean can actually make the air dirtier, say researchers. In fact, cooking and cleaning can lead to air pollution similar to a major city.
The respiratory effects of wood smoke vary in men and women, according to a study, but these differences aren’t clear when data is combined.
People who live in homes where wood, coal, and other solid fuels are burned to cook food are at increased risk for serious respiratory problems.
Research shows that the severity of asthma, including hospitalizations and mortality, are higher for women than men.
A pulmonologist answers the most popular concerns he hears from patients about how to treat severe asthma.
Severe asthma is more difficult to control and causes more symptoms and attacks than other types.
You’ll likely have a slew of questions like, what makes it severe, how is it treated differently, and where can I find support?
E-cigarettes, or vaporizers, are increasingly popular with young people. Learn about the dangers of vaping, including exposure to toxic metals and acute respiratory illness.