Michelle Barron, UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital’s medical director of infection prevention [and professor of medicine at CU School of Medicine], said, however, that it’s not just vulnerable populations that should consider getting vaccinated.
Our mucous membranes are far less effective at blocking infection if they dry out, says Michelle Barron, professor of medicine-infectious disease, UCHealth, University of Colorado Hospital [and University of Colorado School of Medicine].
I’ve been following influenza for about 10 years as an infectious disease physician and I haven’t seen a season yet where Influenza B has been predominant - so this is a first for us, at least in the last 10 years I’ve looked back at,” said Heather Young.
It could be the smoke that’s being inhaled that places strain on the heart, or it could be THC, the chemical in pot that gets you high, said Larry Allen, a professor of cardiology at the CU School of Medicine.
“Loneliness is related to things like heart disease, anxiety and depression, weakened immune system, and even death,” said Samantha Farro, a psychologist at the UCHealth Seniors Clinic [and an instructor of medicine at CU School of Medicine].
“We are using a combination of methods, including working closely with local LGBT advocacy groups, support groups and clinicians in our clinics in Colorado caring for older LGBT adults to choose our interview participants,” said Carey Candrian.
Jean Kutner: Our days are so often filled with running to meetings and responding to dozens of emails. For the new calendar year, I would like to add a practice of daily expressing gratitude to others.
Another issue with Amarin's proposed broader indication was the component of cardiovascular death risk reduction when there were not enough trial data to support this, cautioned Cecilia Low Wang, of the CU School of Medicine.
“We believe our work is not done and that we should remain engaged throughout implementation/enforcement, however long this may take,” said Sonia Flores, vice-chair of diversity and justice at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Internationally renowned pulmonologist Kevin K. Brown, MD, has been named the new Chair of the Department of Medicine at National Jewish Health.
Eric Campbell, a professor of medicine and director of research at the Center for Bioethics and Humanities at CU, said the interplay between business and researchers is a necessary function of transferring findings into the commercial market.
The study by David R. Saxon, an endocrinologist at the University of Colorado, found that overall, only 1.3% of eligible patients filled a prescription for an antiobesity medication, and prescribing rates ranged from 0.6% to 2.9%.
“For most people, it doesn’t make a difference,” said James Maloney, a pulmonologist with UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital [and professor of medicine at CU School of Medicine].
At least 30 million Americans suffer from eating disorders.
“Pharmaceutical drugs are regulated by the FDA, so the manufacturing has to meet high standards, so you can be sure that when you take it you are getting the amount listed on the label, and it is safe and free of impurities,” says Cecilia Low Wang.
Hannah’s pulmonologist, Jennifer Taylor-Cousar, gets emotional, too. “It is truly a miracle for her and for many, many people,” said Taylor-Cousar.
“Our proposed diagnostic criteria better capture the full spectrum of people suffering from COPD,” said James Crapo.
Fewer CV events for heart failure with reduced ejection fraction.
“Ten years ago, I don’t think we knew anything about burn pits. I don’t think we even knew the term burn pits,” said Cecile Rose, a pulmonologist at National Jewish Health [and professor of medicine at CU School of Medicine].
A University of Colorado Cancer Center oncologist is described as one of the leading minds in lung cancer.