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Coronavirus anti-viral inhaler medication being developed

Scientists are working on an anti-COVID-19 medication that can be administered via an inhaler. The preliminary results has been published and their are pointers that this could develop into an effective treatment.

Review: Inhaler release infectious 'Ice Cream Sundae' single and video Special

Irish band Inhaler released their brand new music video for their mellow single "Ice Cream Sundae." Digital Journal the scoop.

Q&A: New developments with inhalable medicines Special

MannKind CEO Michael Castagna has developed an inhalable insulin product, designed to help those with diabetes, and now he is looking at other medicines that can be inhaled.

Seattle Aquarium's sea otter has asthma — learns to use inhaler

Seattle - The Seattle Aquarium in Washington state believes it has diagnosed the first case of asthma in a sea otter. The otter, called "Mishka," started wheezing and having difficulty breathing when smoke from wildfires got thick and hung over Seattle.

3D-printed medical marijuana inhaler first of its kind

Tel Aviv - With the help of 3D printing, an Israeli company has developed two pocket-sized, metered medical marijuana inhalers, one for use in hospital settings, and one for use in-home.

Controversy over breathable caffeine, inventor unfazed

With our increasingly on-the-go lifestyles, it's sometimes hard to find the time to chug our morning cup of coffee. Now, getting your caffeine buzz is as simple as breathing in, thanks to a Harvard scientist's latest innovation.

S.C. Bill Would Ban Alcohol Inhaler

A bill banning the Alcohol Without Liquid device, known as AWOL, is up for discussion Tuesday in a Senate panel. Some 20 states have already banned the device, which is distributed by a North Carolina company.

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Irish band Inhaler
Irish band Inhaler
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 Mishka  the sea otter knows nothing about wildfires  but the 1-year-old did learn what it s like to...
"Mishka" the sea otter knows nothing about wildfires, but the 1-year-old did learn what it's like to have trouble breathing when smoke got thick and hovered over Seattle skies.
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Could inhalers be adapted for a wide range of medicines in the future?
Could inhalers be adapted for a wide range of medicines in the future?

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