Just published in the journal Internal and Emergency Medicine a commentary that illustrates the potential of machine learning in analyzing and processing large amounts of clinical and laboratory information, using…
The meeting “75th Tobacco Science Research Conference” is an incredible opportunity for researchers and professionals to discuss, analyze and deepen the latest news on tobacco harm reduction strategies, including the necessary steps to develop the scientific activity and the engagement of the sector
The prestigious American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine published a comment by researchers from CoEHAR and the University of Messina regarding a US studies that concluded that “former and current e-cigarette use was associated with higher odds of developing wheezing-related respiratory symptoms”. According to the Italian authors “the significance of the findings needs careful review”.
A recent randomized controlled trial of varenicline (Chantix) combined with psychological support has significantly increased the chance of quitting smoking for 300 smokers with type 2 diabetes mellitus
As a tangible demonstration of the gratitude towards the city that marked the beginning of the change, this morning CoEHAR presented the “CoEHAR Mural” along A.Doria Avenue (near INFN- Institute of Nuclear Physics). The mural is an artistic work created by the collective “MaleTinte”, thanks to the patronage of the Municipality of Catania and the Italian Anti-smoking League, LIAF, and the support of the BCC, Cooperative Credit Bank of Regalbuto and PPG Italy Group.
In the last two years, the CoEHAR Replica project confirmed the results obtained from the major international studies. It also validated with additional techniques their outcomes under independent conditions.
Tuesday 16 November at 14.00 CET a seminar on "Living systematic review: a new standard for medical research questions" will be held online on the ZOOM Platform direct by dr. Renèe O'Leary,…
An article published in the Lancet triggers the reaction of the scientific community that supports the tobacco harm reaction policies.
The organisers of the Global Forum on Nicotine (GFN), KAC Communications, are launching an online version of GFN20 which will take place on Thursday 11 and Friday 12 June following the cancellation of the face-to-face event in Warsaw due to COVID-19
Scott Kelly, former NASA astronaut who lived nearly a year on the International Space Station, share his tips on isolation