American Thoracic Society International Conference 2021

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Establishing and Evaluating a Wellness Program for Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows

Physician burnout is an epidemic, with significant consequences on physician health and associations with poorer-quality patient care and higher costs to the healthcare system....
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Occupational Exposure to Printer Toner–Emitted Nanoparticles

High rates of exposure to emitted printer-toner nanoparticles in the workplace has established inflammatory and cardiorespiratory effects, and, according to research presented at the...

BLU-5937 Improves Cough Frequency in Patients With Chronic Cough

The P2X3 antagonist BLU-5937 reduced cough frequency during waking hours among patients with refractory chronic cough, according to findings presented by lead author Jacky...
Doctor diagnosing patient’s health on asthma, lung disease, COVID-19 or bone cancer illness with radiological chest x-ray film for medical healthcare hospital service

GRANIT Study Compares Velsecorat Versus Placebo in Asthma

Treatment with velsecorat, an inhaled nonsteroidal, selective glucocorticoid receptor modulator (SGRM), improved lung function in patients with poorly controlled asthma, according to results from...
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Study Highlights Prevalence of Depression and Anxiety in Patients With COPD

Findings from a network analysis of more than one thousand patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) highlight the complex interaction between physical psychological...
HTO, Vitamin D from Foods May Protect Against Cardiovascular Problems: ATTICA Analysis

Reduced Vitamin D Levels Associated with Increased COVID-19–Related Deaths

Lower levels of vitamin D are linked with a higher rate of deaths related to COVID-19, according to researchers from the Department of Respiratory...