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Fed program offers free care for former nuclear workers – Yakima Herald-Republic


Fed program offers free care for former nuclear workers
Yakima Herald-Republic
You can go from bronchitis to pneumonia.” Kelly Green, director of marketing for Professional Case Management, said most of the patients hear about their company from advertising and word-of-mouth, but there's still a gap in awareness. “I think there ...

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Researchers Explain why Asthma, Pneumonia Drugs Become Ineffective Over … – Nature World News


Nature World News

Researchers Explain why Asthma, Pneumonia Drugs Become Ineffective Over ...
Nature World News
Drugs used to treat asthma and pneumonia tend to work with the body's clock, a new study has found. The research explains why these drugs become ineffective over time. Both asthma and pneumonia cause inflammation of the lung airways. The study ...
Shift work can worsen asthma, pneumoniaTimes of India
'Body clock' makes drugs for treating pneumonia ineffectiveANINEWS

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Porter Ranch residents concerned about proposed oil drilling expansion – Los Angeles Daily News


Porter Ranch residents concerned about proposed oil drilling expansion
Los Angeles Daily News
Residents who live near oil fields tend to develop symptoms such as “increased occurrence of headaches, memory disturbance, increased rate of asthma, increased rate of bronchitis and cough, headaches and nosebleeds,” he said. However, Dahlgren ...

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