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Lung Disease & Respiratory Health Center

News and Features Related to Lung Disease & Respiratory Health

  1. COPD Rates May Rise as Population Ages

    Aug. 30, 2007 - The worldwide burden of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is far greater than has previously been recognized, and it will increase over the next few decades as the world population ages. As many as 10% of adults aged 40 and older across the globe are believed to have moder

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  2. Gender Makes a Difference for COPD

    Aug. 1, 2007 -- Women with advanced COPD have more shortness of breath and poorer quality of life than men with advanced COPD, a study shows. It is the first study to directly compare men and women with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) characterized by emphysema. Researchers found that d

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  3. Laser Printers Emit Indoor Pollution

    Aug. 1, 2007 -- Some home and office laser printers emit possibly harmful amounts of small-particle air pollution, Australian researchers find. One of the printers gave off as much small-particle pollution as a burning cigarette, find Lidia Morawska, PhD, director of the International Laboratory for

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  4. Air Pollution May Increase Death Rate

    July 31, 2007 -- The long-term effects of air pollution may include a higher death rate, a new British study shows. The study traces death rates among various British electoral wards from the early 1980s through the late 1990s. When the study began, more than 2 million people lived in those areas. A

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  5. Smoking Pot May Damage Lungs

    July 31, 2007 -- Smoking pot regularly may, over time, damage the lungs, a New Zealand study shows. The researchers included Richard Beasley, MBChB, of the Medical Research Institute of New Zealand in Wellington. They studied 339 New Zealand adults, including 75 people who only smoked pot, 91 who sm

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  6. Tuberculosis: 17 Questions and Answers

    Atlanta lawyer Andrew Speaker has been released from a Denver hospital where he was being treated for tuberculosis. Speaker's story has raised questions about tuberculosis. Here are 17 questions and answers. Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by a bacterium that spreads through the ai

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  7. Andrew Speaker Gets TB Lung Surgery

    July 17, 2007 -- Tuberculosis patient Andrew Speaker had lung surgery this morning in Colorado to remove diseased and damaged tissue in his lung. The TB lung surgery was performed at the University of Colorado Hospital at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colo., by John D. Mitchell, MD, chief o

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  8. TB Patient to Get Lung Surgery

    June 14, 2007 -- Denver doctors today announced that Andrew Speaker is due to get lung surgery in July for his extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR TB). Speaker, an Atlanta lawyer, was recently in the headlines when the CDC ordered him into medical isolation after he and his bride took two t

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  9. Tuberculosis Patient Treated in Denver

    June 1, 2007 -- Andrew Speaker, the Atlanta man at the center of a media storm after traveling overseas with extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR), is being treated for his tuberculosis at Denver's National Jewish Medical and Research Center. XDR TB is an infectious disease spread from perso

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  10. Fliers Warned About Tuberculosis

    May 29, 2007 -- The CDC today announced that a U.S. traveler may have put his fellow fliers at risk for a potentially deadly form of drug-resistant tuberculosis. The traveler, an unnamed man from Atlanta, has extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR TB), which is rare but can cause serious illne

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