One Millionth Person Seeking to Quit Tobacco Contacts National Jewish Health

The National Jewish Health QuitLogix tobacco-cessation program reached a major milestone in mid-January, when it was contacted by the one millionth person interested in its quitline services. National Jewish Health is the largest nonprofit provider of tobacco-cessation services in the nation, serving 14 state quitlines and numerous businesses and health plans.

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National Jewish Health to Provide Pediatric Respiratory, Allergy and Immunology Services at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St Luke’s Medical Center

National Jewish Health and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center have announced an agreement for National Jewish Health for kids to provide diagnostic and treatment services for children with respiratory, allergic and immune system disorders. 

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National Jewish Health and ProPatient Collaborate to take Cystic Fibrosis Education to the Next Level

ProPatient is working with National Jewish Health to bring a novel new approach to educate and support CF patients. The program uses online simulations of health care providers to provide an interactive, conversation-based method of educating patients about cystic fibrosis and related health issues.

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National Jewish Health Wins Contracts for Three State Quitlines

National Jewish Health has won awards to operate smoking-cessation quitlines for three new states: Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. National Jewish Health, the nation’s leading respiratory hospital, is the largest nonprofit provider of smoking-cessation services in the nation, with its QuitLogix tobacco-cessation programs now serving 14 states and numerous businesses and health plans, available to approximately 63 million people.

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Study Links The Liquid Used In E-cigarettes To An Increased Risk Of Viral Infections

The liquid used in electronic cigarettes has been linked to a significantly higher risk of respiratory viral infections, whether the liquid contains nicotine or not, according to a published study by researchers at National Jewish Health in Denver.

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December 2014:
Study Links The Liquid Used In E-cigarettes To An Increased Risk Of Viral Infections

August 2014:
After Watching Disturbing Video, CPAP Usage Soars

July 2014:
Wet Wraps Cut Need for Drugs in Kids With Eczema

May 2014:
Those With Ragweed Allergies Will Get New Relief This Fall, Thanks To Timely FDA Approval Of New Therapy

April 2014:
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