Condition Center: Pulmonary
Creating a flu vaccine each year is a complicated process. It takes a while to know if you've got it right.
People have to breath to live. Air pollution can make that a problem.
Going back to school takes on a whole new meaning for kids with asthma.
Ah, spring: warming weather, daffodils -- and an increase in seasonal influenza cases.
Twenty years ago, the Veterans Affairs (VA) health care system had some serious problems. Although problems still exist, there are also bright spots....
There's more than one way Charlotte or Boulder could lose the Super Bowl this year-and it might not cause many cheers on either side.
No, your electronic cigarette isn't healthy. There's already reason to believe it could cause a serious lung disease.
Now you really have no excuse not to get your flu shot.
Health officials have gained ground against one of the deadliest infectious diseases in the world in recent years. But there's still plenty of ground...
A mineral commonly used in manufacturing may be putting workers at risk.
It’s that time of year again — time to head to the pharmacy or doctor's office for your flu shot. And this year's vaccine is thought to be a part...
Adults who get their yearly flu vaccines may wind up protecting more than just themselves.
The flu can be particularly dangerous for seniors, but early treatment with one kind of medication may help.
A new flu vaccine may soon be available for those most susceptible to infection.
The respiratory illnesses Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) are both caused by viruses, but they h...
A synthetic DNA vaccine may, for the first time, be able to protect against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus.
There may be yet another reason for older siblings to pick on their younger brothers and sisters.
What’s a cheap and easily accessible way to protect against the flu? The answer may actually be the Internet.