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Adolescent e-cigarette use may not lead to combustible cigarette use

March 27, 2017

Read the Perspective from Harold J. Farber, MD, MSPH

Previously published data suggesting that people, especially teenagers, who use electronic cigarettes are more likely to start smoking combustible cigarettes may not be accurate, according to findings published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

“The national trends in vaping and cigarette smoking do not support the argument that vaping is leading to smoking,” Lynn T. Kozlowski, PhD, of the School of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Buffalo, said in a press release. “There is little evidence that those who have never smoked cigarettes or never used other tobacco products and first try e-cigarettes will later move on to cigarette usage with great frequency or daily, regular smoking.”

NIH investigates single vaccine to protect against several mosquito-borne viruses

March 27, 2017
With mosquito-borne illnesses posing an ongoing public health threat around the world, there is a significant need for advances in combating and controlling mosquito…
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Black schoolchildren at higher risk for ambulance-treated asthma attacks

March 27, 2017
Black schoolchildren were significantly more likely to require emergency medical crews to treat ‘uncontrolled’ asthma attacks at Houston public schools and
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Rapid active sampling quick, effective in measuring norovirus in rural Guatemala

March 27, 2017
Two relatively rapid surveys effectively estimated the burden of childhood norovirus disease in a rural area of Guatemala, a study found. Results of the rapid active…

GOP, Trump pull AHCA due to lack of support

March 24, 2017
Reportedly acting on orders from President Donald J. Trump, House Republican leaders today again postponed a vote that would have overhauled the nation’s health…
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Rate of Strabismus Detection on Digital Photographs Increases by Using Off-center Near Target

Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, March/April 2017, Volume 54 Issue 2
To increase the detection rate of strabismus on digital photographs, with the ultimate aim of developing a new…
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It was once said that the task of the generalist is the most difficult of all. “In a sea of normal children, the…
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