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Steroids Improved Outcomes, Recovery from CAP

Reductions in mortality, need for life support, hospital stays, and other measures should win this drug class serious consideration, study authors say.

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Reductions in mortality, need for life support, hospital stays, and other measures should win this drug class serious consideration, study authors say. - See more at: http://www.consultantlive.com/respiratory-diseases#sthash.W1m0wE8H.dpuf

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USPSTF recommendations for TB screening in primary care and a challenge to the 2-state TB paradigm are some of the latest.

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The findings of these 2 new studies are in contrast to those of previous trials, which had conflicting results.

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The rate of events was higher in patients with late‐onset asthma—but not in those with early‐onset asthma—than in nonasthmatics.

Using music in medicine is an ancient practice. Here we review recent research efforts to better understand and apply music’s healing powers.

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Vitamins C and E, in particular, have a beneficial effect on COPD risk and lung function in men, a new study found.

Cigarette smoking has declined but remains a leading cause of illness and death in the US. If there is anything you don’t know about the current state of smoking, you’ll find it in these slides.

The best asthma care is not good enough if the patient is nonadherent. Applied "humanomics" as an approach to chronic care was discussed this week at CHEST 2015.

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