The ongoing rise of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infections among children, particularly in Maryland, coupled with a nationwide shortage of the RSV immunization drug, Beyfortus, has heightened public health concerns. Pediatricians are currently rationing the limited doses of Beyfortus, prioritizing infants most in need of protection. The Shortage of Beyfortus Beyfortus is an RSV immunization […]

As the holiday season approaches and homes start to fill with the scent of fresh pine, not everyone experiences the same joy. For some, the festive decoration can lead to a little-known but real health issue known as Christmas tree syndrome. While it might sound like it belongs in a Hallmark holiday movie, Christmas tree […]

3 key facts about RSV and kids this season in Minnesota Published 11:40 am Tuesday, December 5, 2023 This 1981 photo provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows an electron micrograph of Respiratory Syncytial Virus, also known as RSV. Associated Press file By Kyra Miles, Minnesota Public Radio News Last year was […]

In the realm of weight loss strategies, the Japanese Long-Breathing technique has captured attention for its purported benefits. This blog aims to unravel the mysteries surrounding this breathing practice, exploring whether it indeed holds the key to promoting weight loss. Understanding the Japanese Long-Breathing Technique: The Japanese Long-Breathing technique, also known as “long-breath dieting,” involves […]

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – or, is it? Whether you’re a lover or loather of Christmas, the festive season often brings an unavoidable surge in alcohol, sugar, and stress. Daniel White, Founder of Sleep Better Live Better, explains how we can navigate stress, manage caffeine, and give ourselves the priceless gift of […]

Surgical removal of the tonsils and adenoids in children with snoring and mild breathing problems during sleep appears to improve their sleep, quality of life, and blood pressure a year after surgery, a clinical trial supported by the National Institutes of Health has found. The study, funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute […]

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Doctors are noticing a spike in respiratory infections across the United States including in Florida. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, at least 1.8 million people across the U.S. have been infected with the flu this season — 17,000 people were hospitalized. And, so far, data shows, there […]

Press releases are posted on as a free commnity service. (SANTA MARIA, California) – Veterinarians across the nation have reported an increase in respiratory infections among dogs, ranging from mild cases to severe, life-threatening pneumonia. In particular, a respiratory illness, currently labeled as “atypical Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex (CIRDC),” has recently raised questions […]

– $1.65m raised in first capital raise round – Nosebuds a drug free alternative for congestion relief – Successful clinical trials with more underway Goodair, the New Zealand company that has successfully developed a drug-free alternative to congestion relief, has announced it has raised $1.65m in its first capital raise round. The new funding will […]

Habitual snoring and sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) are remarkably common conditions in children. Poor sleep has a significant effect on the neurobehavior and quality of life (QOL) of the child and therefore on the parent-child dyad, which exceeds the effect of a prevalent and treatable disease.1 When surgery is considered as treatment, the surgeon and family […]

Chronic inhalation of small silica dust particles is the primary cause of white lung syndrome, a respiratory ailment. Also, workers in industries including mining, construction, and specific manufacturing processes make up the majority of the disease’s severely afflicted population. Due to exposure to crystalline silica, which is frequently present in granite, sand, and quartz, occupational […]

The onset of the winter season brings its own set of challenges to respiratory health, as air pollution continues to be an undeniable reality impacting our daily lives and breathing. In recent times, the world has witnessed the negative effects of increased air pollution during winter, with a rise in respiratory issues caused by the […]

Latest Prevention & Wellness News By Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Dec. 4, 2023 (HealthDay News) Surgery coming up? Mimicking the high-altitude breathing of mountaineers might make your procedure safer, a tiny study suggests. It’s a form of what surgeons call “prehabilitation:” Making a patient’s body a bit fitter beforehand to withstand the […]

For many of us, using wearables to measure our health and wellness is an essential part of our lives. A new study suggests that future devices such as skin-worn wearables could bring even more health data to our fingertips. The study, published in the journal Nature Medicine earlier in November, details a new “game-changing wearable” […]

Everyone knows that exercise is a healthy way to take care of our body, because there are different ways according to the age or physical condition of each person to get benefits by doing a sport . Running, swimming or cycling are some of the best known and most practiced forms, although walking is the […]

Breathe Cities launches new Cohort of Cities Ambitious project to curb urban air pollution Environment December 4, 2023  With air pollution becoming a problem for all major urban centres, Breathe Cities is focused on curbing it At the ongoing Climate Change Summit in Dubai, a group of entities have come together to announce a new […]

Welcome to Change Your Life In Your Lunchtime, our new four-part series on how to minimise anxiety and overwhelm, from the power of deep breathing to meditation. In our first episode, Vicky Cullinane explains why taking five minutes a day is all you need to keep you feeling balanced and on track. Every year we […]

White lung syndrome: Among children, white lung syndrome is emerging as a novel health concern. Detailed information on the outbreak, including symptoms and preventative measures, Children in Ohio, United States, have been hospitalized due to an infection similar to the mystery pneumonia outbreak in China. The condition, known as the White Lung Syndrome, manifests in […]

“Pneumonitis” is a general term for lung inflammation. It may be caused by exposure to environmental substances (allergens), certain medicines, chest radiation therapy, or inhaling acidic stomach contents (aspiration). Pneumonia is an infectious condition caused by a germ invading the lung tissue and causing injury. Like pneumonitis, pneumonia has different causes—for example, viral, bacterial, or […]