National Jewish Health Launches Commercial Tobacco Program Customized for American Indians
National Jewish Health is launching a new program aimed at reducing commercial tobacco use among American Indians. Although adult American Indian commercial tobacco users express a strong interest in quitting, research shows they have lower quit rates and are among the least successful in maintaining long-term abstinence.
Mental Health Affects Ability to Quit Smoking
Researchers at National Jewish Health have found tobacco quitline participants who identified as having mental health conditions and/or recent emotional challenges are significantly less likely to successfully quit smoking than those without mental health conditions.
National Jewish Health Named #2 Respiratory Hospital in the Nation
National Jewish Health has been named the #2 respiratory hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in its 2015-16 ranking of leading hospitals in the United States.
National Jewish Health Receives $1M Donation for Palliative Care Program
The Daniels Fund has donated $1 million to advance National Jewish Health palliative care services.
National Jewish Health Named FARE Clinical Network Center of Excellence
The FARE Clinical Network is a new initiative that aims to accelerate the development of drugs for patients with food allergies as well as improve the quality of care for this serious illness.