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- Almost 100 Percent Of Chronic Sinusitis Cases Are From Fungal-Induced Inflammation
Accentia Biopharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: ABPI) announces evidence that most, if not all cases of chronic sinusitis (CS), are due to a fungal-induced inflammation as originally proposed by investigators at the Mayo Clinic.
- Diesel Fumes Increase Risks For Heart Patients
A new Scottish and Swedish study suggests that exposure to diesel fumes could put heart disease patients at risk from reduced blood supply to the heart and clots.
- Pollution Harmful To Exercising Heart Patients, Study Says
People with heart disease may want to steer clear of heavy traffic when exercising or simply take their workout indoors to avoid breathing polluted air.
- Diagnostic Test Kit Capable Of Detecting 18 Different Virus- And Bacteria-Born Respiratory Infections In A Single Tube
With another potentially virulent flu season approaching, Seegene introduced a breakthrough multiplex-formatted diagnostic test covering the most common virus and bacteria respiratory infections in a single reaction tube.
- Possible Vaccine Target For Chlamydia Identified
Scientists at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC have identified a potential target for the development of a vaccine against Chlamydia trachomatis, the most prevalent sexually transmitted bacterial infection in the world.
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