New Study Shows that E-Cigarette Use Is an Independent Risk Factor for Respiratory Disease
As vaping continues to grow in popularity, it becomes increasingly critical to correct misconceptions about its safety and long-term effects.
Increased Diabetes Risk Due to Age at Onset of Obesity and Cumulative Exposure
A recent study shows that diabetes risk is associated with younger age at onset of obesity, and longer exposure to obesity.
Shared Decision-Making and Patient Engagement Significantly Improve Long-Term COPD Outcomes
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) leads in hospital costs, physician services, and prescription drugs.
Study Finds Children with ADHD are Less Physically Active
ADHD is correlated with lower health-related quality of life that starts in childhood and can persist into adulthood.
Understanding ART Adherence in Transgender People with HIV
Understanding adherence patterns is the first step to combat the HIV epidemic in this population.
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