April 24, 2014

National Jewish Health Welcomes First Steps at Regulation of E-Cigarettes

National Jewish Health welcomes the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) initial efforts to protect the health of Americans, especially young people, by regulating e-cigarettes as well as other tobacco products. Read more

April 1, 2014

FDA Approves Nation's First Prescription-Strength Tablet To Treat Hay Fever Allergies

For the first time in the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the use of daily tablets to treat hay fever, particularly allergies to grass and ragweed pollen. Read more.



March 17, 2014

As E-Cigarette Bans Take Effect In U.S. Cities, Doctors Call For National Measures To Protect Children

2014 National Jewish Health Best DoctorsWhile major cities like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles have taken steps to ban the use of e-cigarettes in most public places, national authorities have done little to keep them out of the hands of children. Read more.

February 28, 2014

Tips to Avoid Insomnia and Get a Good Night's Sleep

Snooze_155x101.jpgFor those who battle occasional insomnia, Jack Edinger, PhD, professor in the Department of Medicine at National Jewish Health recommends the following tips to get your sleep back on track. Read more.

 

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