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Lung Cancer in Non-Smokers Has Increased Five-Fold

Experts at the Indraprastha Apollo Hospital on Wednesday said that lung cancer cases among non-smokers have increased five-fold in the past decade. For the past...

E-cigarettes Increase Risk of Respiratory Disease By 40%

People who used e-cigarettes in the past were 21 percent more likely to develop respiratory disease, and those who were current e-cigarette users had...

Maintain Healthy Lungs Amid COVID with These Tips

Recovery from any infectious disease relies a lot on an individuals immunity system and by far, COVID-19 has certainly put our abilities to test....

Study: 9/11 Survivors May Face the Risk of Developing Increased Heart, Lung Diseases Years Later

A recent study shows that the survivors may be at an increased long-term risk of asthma, other similar respiratory diseases, and heart attack ...

40 Million Death Per Year Due to Non Communicable Disease : WHO

Non Communicable disease are the most dangerous diseases which usually last for a prolonged period The driving forces of NCDs are rapid unplanned...

Air purifiers a good way to stay away from major respiratory diseases: Doctors

New Delhi: In order to prevent respiratory diseases caused by indoor air pollution, doctors suggest people to install air purifiers at home which can prove...

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