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respiratory health


Smoke from the disastrous 2019-20 bushfire season caused more than 400 excess deaths, new research has found Researchers led by Nicolas Borchers Arriagada, a PhD candidate with the Menzies Institute …

Following the merger of Apotex and Arrow, the combined Arrotex entity now has a considerable portfolio of respiratory medicines – including two new products Arrotex Pharmaceuticals has announced a strategic …

New research published in the New England Journal of Medicine has shown triple therapy better reduces moderate/severe exacerbations compared with dual therapy Results from the IMPACT study, one of the …

With fires burning around Victoria, one expert has warned people with respiratory illness to take care With the mercury topping 40 degrees C in Melbourne today ahead of an expected …

A new study involving current and former heavy smokers suggests that COPD is being systematically misdiagnosed The researchers, from Monash University, set out to review the accuracy of diagnoses of …

Tomorrow is the start of National Asbestos Awareness Month, a campaign to educate homeowners, renovators, handymen and tradespeople about the dangers of asbestos and how to manage it safely. Australia …

Lung conditions are myriad, writes Louis Roller, who takes us through a range of conditions pharmacists are likely to see Lung diseases are some of the most common medical conditions in …

Implementing an efficient reminder system to prompt Australians aged 65 and above to receive their free pneumococcal vaccination may be pivotal to improving the low 54% vaccination rates among this …

Emergency department workers should ask questions about international travel, says the Australasian College for Infection Prevention and Control, as Australia is not immune from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). ACIPC …