When a cigarette is lit, chemical compounds are created and ingested by smokers and non-smokers alike. Our QuitLogix Program has helped more than a quarter million people nationwide quit tobacco since its inception 10 years ago. Read more.
Our researchers have been busy this year with everything from discovering a new target for the treatment of peanut allergies to leading the charge for immune globulin therapy, which could be a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. See what else we’ve been up to in our 2012 Year in Review.
Turn Your Resolutions into Habits
It’s the most popular time of year to make resolutions for a healthier life. Learn how to motivate yourself so your resolutions stick.
The “gurgling” in her lungs should have been a warning. But in the fall of 1962, the 23-year-old folk singer was busy touring regularly. When diagnosed with tuberculosis, the obvious choice for treatment was National Jewish Health.