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10/01/2018 - Air pollution warnings "ineffective"
Government actions seeking to protect the public from air pollution are infective, public health specialists say today. More

22/12/2017 - Fruit that may help repair ex-smokers’ lungs
A diet high in apples and tomatoes could help to restore lung damage caused by smoking, a new US study has suggested. More

06/12/2017 - New traffic pollution health risk assessments
Poor air quality in urban areas is particularly damaging to young children and older adults, according to two reports published today. More

22/11/2017 - Common drug shows TB prevention potential
The drug lansoprazole may have a role in preventing tuberculosis, researchers have reported. More

07/11/2017 - Cancer risk from carbon nanotubes
Carbon nanotubes could create a risk of mesothelioma, similar to that posed by asbestos, researchers warn today. More

31/10/2017 - TB progress stalling - WHO
Progress against TB in most countries is “stalling” and is not fast enough, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

13/09/2017 - Diet and exercise improve asthma
A healthy diet and taking more exercise can benefit people with asthma, even if they are of a healthy weight, a European conference will hear today. More

11/09/2017 - E-cigarettes linked to cardiovascular risk
E-cigarettes with nicotine can cause arterial stiffness, which could increase the risk of heart attack and stroke in later life, Swedish researchers warn today. More

11/09/2017 - Asthmatic children more likely to be given antibiotics
Children with asthma are often likely to be prescribed antibiotics - even though there is no evidence to suggest the medication is effective, a European conference has heard. More

08/09/2017 - Child asthma improves by parks
City-dwelling children with asthma are likely to benefit from living close to a park or green space, a European conference is to hear. More

17/08/2017 - COPD's worldwide toll
More than three million people die worldwide from chronic respiratory diseases every year, according to an analysis published today. More

03/08/2017 - Infection link to cardiovascular disease
Adults admitted to hospital with pneumonia or sepsis may be at a raised risk of cardiovascular disease, new findings indicate. More

10/07/2017 - Vaccine to combat RSV ‘within seven years’
A vaccine to prevent respiratory syncytial virus infection could be available within seven years - but is needed sooner, according to new analysis. More

30/06/2017 - No idling zones to tackle pollution health problems
Motorists parking outside schools should be required to switch off engines to protect children from the effects of pollution, according to public health guidance published today. More

15/06/2017 - Clean air problem for London teaching hospitals
Patients visiting many London hospitals will experience illegal levels of air pollution, according to an analysis published today. More

09/06/2017 - Seaweed plan for antimicrobial therapies
Researchers in the UK hope their studies into alginates – a component in seaweed – could help to tackle multi-drug resistant infections. 1 comments More

16/05/2017 - Respiratory infection increases heart attack risk
Suffering a respiratory infection increases the risk of having a heart attack during the following week significantly, according to Australian research. More

08/05/2017 - G-CSF therapy "safe" - conference
G-CSFs to boost white blood cells can be used safely during chemo-radiotherapy for small cell lung cancer, a European conference has been told. More

04/05/2017 - High mortality and financial burden for NTM
The high costs of a lung disease caused by organisms in soil and water has been revealed for the first time in a European study. More

27/04/2017 - DNA test to warn of lung cancer recurrence
Oncologists may soon be able to test for unstable chromosomes to identify lung cancer patients with high risk of disease recurrence, British researchers reported last night. More

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