E-cigarettes could become available through Britain's National Health Service (NHS) as a smoking cessation aid.
Parents believed that giving some form of treatment, such as pasteurized agave nectar or a placebo, to young children suffering from a cough can help, a new study found.
An Australian study found that healthcare expenses for stroke patients remain high even after 10 years.
A new study found that e-cigarettes did not help cancer patients quit smoking.
In a new study, researchers tested the effectiveness of using interventions for smokers who were just hospitalized and found that post-discharge interventions can encourage smokers to quit.
A new study found that a texting program, "Text2Quit" can be effective in getting smokers to quit.
A new study out of the University College London found that e-cigarettes can help smokers quit.
Researchers reported that smoking cessation aids, such as counseling and nicotine patches can help patients quit smoking before surgery, reducing their risks of complications.
Until recently, patients suffering from common ophthalmic ailments such as retinal disorders, glaucoma, and dry eye have largely been prescribed anti-inflammatory, anti-infective, anti-glaucoma, and anti-allergy agents, in addition to off-label steroidal medications, and warm compresses.