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NCI

Secondhand Smoke and Cancer

cancer  asthma  risk  tobacco  secondhand  smoke  smoking  cessation  stroke  sids  environmental  involuntary  carcinogenesis  10.18  bronchitis  ETS  passive 

A fact sheet that summarizes the studies on the health effects of exposure to environmental (secondhand) tobacco smoke.

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CDC

Antibiotics Aren't Always the Answer: Chart | CDC Features

antibiotics  medication  cold  drugs  sinusitis  sinus infection  antimicrobial resistance  drug resistance  antibiotic resistance  bronchitis  CDC Features  ear infection  sore throat  Antimicrobial  antibiotic use  Get Smart About Antibiotics Week  upper respiratory infection  Get Smart Week  strep throat  chest cold 

Antibiotics do not fight infections caused by viruses like colds, most sore throats and bronchitis, and some ear infections. Unneeded antibiotics may lead to future antibiotic-resistant infections. Symptom relief might be the best treatment option.

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CDC

Public Health Issues

asthma  air  pneumonia  bronchitis  ozone  Air Quality  air pollution  protecting public health  national air quality  health problems  PM2.5  breathing  heart problems  particulate matter  asthma and air  asthma rates  modeled air  respiratory health 

Find information on public health issues related to air quality, including asthma, heart disease and stroke, and more.

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CDC

Ozone and Your Health

asthma  air  pneumonia  bronchitis  ozone  Air Quality  air pollution  protecting public health  national air quality  health problems  PM2.5  breathing  heart problems  particulate matter  asthma and air  asthma rates  modeled air  respiratory health 

Learn how ground-level ozone can harm your health — and what you can do to protect yourself.

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CDC

Particle Pollution

asthma  air  pneumonia  bronchitis  ozone  Air Quality  air pollution  protecting public health  national air quality  health problems  PM2.5  breathing  heart problems  particulate matter  asthma and air  asthma rates  modeled air  respiratory health 

Read about the negative health effects of particle pollution — and find steps you can take to prevent them.

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CDC

Human Parainfluenza Viruses | Symptoms and HPIV Illnesses | CDC

cough  fever  infants  CDC  older adults  pneumonia  respiratory illness  bronchitis  runny nose  ear infection  bronchiolitis  young children  Human Parainfluenza Viruses  croup  parainfluenza viruses  respiratory system  respiratory tract  Human Parainfluena Disease  hpiv  hpivs 

Human parainfluenza viruses (HPIVs) commonly cause upper and lower respiratory illnesses. After infected, takes about 2-7 days before develop symptoms: fever, runny nose, and cough.

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CDC

Human Parainfluenza Viruses | Clinical Overview of HPIVs | CDC

infants  CDC  older adults  pneumonia  bronchitis  bronchiolitis  Human Parainfluenza Viruses  hpiv-1  hpiv-2  hpiv-3  hpiv-4  paramyxoviridae  croup  parainfluenza viruses  respiratory system  respiratory tract  hpiv  immunocompromised  aryngotracheobronchitis  types of HPIVs 

Human parainfluenza viruses (HPIVs) belong to the Paramyxoviridae family. There are four types (1 through 4) and two subtypes (4a and 4b) of HPIVs.

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CDC

Human Parainfluenza Viruses | Transmission of HPIVs | CDC

cough  seasonal  fever  infants  viruses  older adults  transmission  pneumonia  respiratory illness  bronchitis  runny nose  ear infection  bronchiolitis  young children  Human Parainfluenza Viruses  sneezing  croup  parainfluenza viruses  respiratory system  respiratory tract 

Human parainfluenza viruses (HPIVs) usually spread from person to person through air by coughing and sneezing, touching...

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